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FOREWORD 



The busy days ahead may draw the curtain of forgetfulness across 
the hours oi today and yesterday. In the coining years, this hook may serve 
to recall pleasant memories . . . those forgotten faces . . . successes . . . 
failures . . . happy moments. We wish to thank those who so willingly gave 
their time and effort to help produce this hook under many handicaps. We 
trust that our efforts will not have been in vain. 






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CONTENTS 



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FACULTY 



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OUR DEDICATION... 



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Dr. Lowell L. Lane, having graduated from the 




Hahnemann Medical College in 1928, began teaching 



here in 1932. From that time on he has served well, both 



as a teacher in the art of diagnosis and medicine, and as an 



excellent physician who is admired by all who know him. 



We like to remember his concise and scholarly lec- 



tures, his endless patience, and his remarkable wisdom. We 



are, therefore, proud to dedicate this book to him. 



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WILLIAM A. PEARSON, 
Ph.D., M.D., Sc.D., LL.D. 
Our Dean— a gentleman and a 
scholar! He is well qualified to rep- 
resent Hahnemann on any grounds. 
He followed our progress through- 
out our four years and was always 
at hand when we sought advice. 
Ph.C, University of Michigan, 
1900; Ph.D., University of Michi- 
gan, 1902; M.D., Hahnemann Medi- 
cal College, 1915; Sc.D., LaSalle 
College, 1926; LL.D., Hahnemann 
Medical College, 1935; American 
Chemistry Society, American Phar- 
maceutical Association, American 
Association of Clinical Research, 
American Institute of Homeopathy. 




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FREDERIC J. VON RAPP, 
Litt.D., LL.D. 

With this man rests the respon- 
sibility of coordination. No minor 
task is his, for it is through his 
quick, efficient and diplomatic man- 
agement that our vast machine runs 
daily without a hitch. He knows his 
job. He does it well. We salute a 
busy man! 



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RALPH W. PLUMMER, 
M.D., F.A.C.S. 

His office is wav back on the 
hospital's first floor and few of us 
have the pleasureable opportunity 
to meet and become acquainted 
with the little man who officiates 
as Hahnemann Hospital's Medical 
Director. Because of his keen exec- 
utive ability, "The Greater Hahne- 
mann" has shown remarkable prog- 
ress and is enjoying an excellent 
reputation. His friendly and dy- 
namic personality will both thrill 
and amaze you. 




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HARRY M. EBERHARD, 
M.A., M.D., LL.D. 

Because of his help "The 1943 
Medic" became a reality. He real- 
ized what our yearbook meant to 
us. In a man of his calibre, one 
places confidence and rests assured 
of his sympathetic understanding. 
We, his "boys," shall always re- 
member that he never "let us 
down." M.D., Hahnemann Medi- 
cal College, 1898; Germantown 
Medical Society, Pi Upsilon Rho, 
Fellow of the American Gastro- 
enterological Association. He is 
Vice-President of Medical Affairs at 
Hahnemann. 



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THOMAS W. PHILLIPS, M.D. 

His kind, gentlemanly manner, together with 
his practical application of Anatomy, made our 
pursuit of this subject both pleasant and inter- 
esting. M.D., Hahnemann Medical College, 1916; 
University of Pennsylvania, 1923; St. Mark's, 
London, 1923; Post-Graduate Proctology, Pi Up- 
silon Rho, American Institute of Homeopathy, 
American Association for Advancement of Sci- 
ence. 




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THOMAS M. SNYDER, M.D. 

We remember him with great admiration and 
affection. His teachings inspired us, his humor 
tickled us, his advice gave us courage to return 
for the second semester. M.D., Hahnemann Med- 
ical College, 1916; Pi Upsilon Rho, Clinical 
Professor of Ophthalmology, Assistant in Oph- 
thalmological Pathology, Ophthalmologist to 
Hahnemann Hospital. 



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JOHN C. SCOTT, A.B., Ph.D. 

In his quiet, scholarly, observant manner he 
helped us through a difficult but important 
course. Every month those exams plagued us— 
but we learned our physiology! A.B., University 
of Montana, 1923; Ph.D., University of Pennsyl- 
vania, 1929; American Psychological Society. 




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REINHARD BEUTNER, Ph.D., M.D. 

He covered evervthing but the floors of the 
lecture rooms with showcards containing formulae 
and pharmaceutical specimens, but he gave us 
the "meat" of the subject in his own inimitable 
way. Ph.D., M.D., University of Berlin, 1936; 
International Research Anesthesia Socictv, Amer- 
ican Society for Pharmacologv and Experimental 
Therapeutics. 





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SAMUEL W. SAPPINGTON, 
M.D., F.A.C.P., D.Sc. 

He was always at his best and we reaped the 
benefit of his untiring efforts. M.D., Hahnemann 
Medical College, 1897; Philadelphia Homeo- 
pathic Medical Society, Pennsylvania Homeo- 
pathic Medical Society, American Institute of 
Homeopathy, Philadelphia Pathological Society, 
American Association of Immunologists, Ameri- 
can Society of Clinical Pathologists, Pathologist 
to Hahnemann Hospital. 




GRANT O. FAVORITE, 
B.S.,M.D.,F.A.C.P. 

His friendly smile and kindly attitude put us 
at ease even when perplexing problems arose. 
M.D., Hahnemann Medical College, 1927; Amer- 
ican Public Health Association, American Society 
of Clinical Pathologists, Society for Experi- 
mental Biology and Medicine, Diplomate Ameri- 
can Board of Pathology, Major M.C., A.U.S. 
(Retired). 





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STANLEY P. REIMANN, 
A.B ; , M.D, Sc.D., F.A.C.P. 

He enlightened us in Oncology and now we 
know that "oats, peas, beans and corn mav also 
develop tumors." M.D., University of Pennsyl- 
vania, 1913; Chief of the Division of Cancer 
Control of the Pennsylvania State Department of 
Health, Federation of Biological Societies, Direc- 
tor of the Lankenau Hospital Research Institute. 




JACOB WILLIAM FRANK, M.D. 

Because of his painstaking endeavors and his 
love for Hahnemann, we have one of the out- 
standing departments of Roentgenology in the 
country. M.D., Hahnemann Medical College, 
1905; Radiologic Society of North America, Amer- 
ican Roentgen Ray Society, Philadelphia Medical 
Club, Aesculapian Medical Club, Germantown 
Medical Club, American Institute of Homeop- 
athy. 



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GARTH WILKINSON BOERICKE, 
M.D. 

We shall remember him for his unusual ability 
to speak extemporaneously on most any subject 
and for those bedside "nuggets" we received on 
ward rounds. M.D., University of Michigan, 1918; 
Alpha Sigma, Past President American Institute 
of Homeopathy, Physician to Hahnemann Hos- 
pital, Director of Constantine Hering Laboratory. 




Pediatric* 



CHARLES SIGMUND RAUE, 
A.M., M.D. 

Our interest in Pediatrics was increased because 
of his sincere efforts to present a well-rounded 
course. M.D., Hahnemann Medical College, 1895; 
Philadelphia Pediatric Society, Pennsylvania 
Homeopathic Medical Society, Philadelphia 
Homeopathic Medical Society, Physician to Chil- 
dren at Hahnemann Hospital, Consulting Phy- 
sician to St. Luke's and Children's Homeopathic 
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G. HARLAN WELLS, 
B.S., M.D., F.A.C.P., D.Sc. 

He gave us confidence in our own ability as 
medical men because he believed in us. B.S., 
University of Delaware, 1898; M.D., Hahnemann 
Medical College, 1902; D.Sc, University of Dela- 
ware, 1934; Pi Upsilon Rho, Philadelphia Homeo- 
pathic Medical Society, Pennsylvania Homeo- 
pathic Medical Society, Physician-in-Chief to 
Hahnemann Hospital. 




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RALPH BERNSTEIN, M.D., F.A.C.P. 

We shall never forget his course. What more can 
we say? M.D., University of Pennsylvania, 1903; 
M.D., Hahnemann Medical College, 1904; Fel- 
low American Academy of Dermatology and 
Syphilology, Pi Upsilon Rho, Society for Investi- 
gative Dermatologv, Society of Forensic Medi- 
cine, American Medical Authors Association. 




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NEWLIN F. PAXSON, 
B.S., M.D, F.A.C.S. 

Sincere, conscientious, and understanding— he 
had the students' point of view. M.D., Hahne- 
mann Medical College, 1919; Alpha Sigma, Phila- 
delphia Homeopathic Medical Society, Pennsyl- 
vania Homeopathic Medical Society, American 
Institute of Homeopathy, Philadelphia County 
Medical Society, Pennsylvania State Medical So- 
ciety, Philadelphia Obstetrical Society, Diplomate 
American Board of Obstetrics and Gynecology. 




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EARL BURREL CRAIG, M.D., FA.C.S. 
We shall always remember his operative clinics 
—they were symphonies of technical perfection. 
M.D., Hahnemann Medical College, 1906; Jeffer- 
son Medical College, 1908; Philadelphia Homeo- 
pathic Medical Society, Pennsylvania Homeo- 
pathic Medical Society, American Institute of 
Homeopathy, Diplomate of the American Board 
of Obstetrics and Gynecology, Fellow Interna- 
tional College of Surgeons (Geneva). 




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WILLIAM L. MARTIN, 
B.S., M.D., F.A.C.S. 

His lectures and clinics always gave us the most 
modern concepts of surgery in a manner readily 
understood. M.D., Hahnemann Medical College, 
1915; Diplomate American Board of Surgerv, Phi 
Alpha Gamma, Pennsylvania Homeopathic Medi- 
cal Society, Pennsylvania State Medical Society, 
Union League, Commander M.C. V. (G) 
U.S.N.R. 




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HENRY S. RUTH, B.S., M.D., F.A.C.A. 

He lectured on Anesthesia, but his rapid-fire, 
"commando" style kept everyone awake. M.D., 
Hahnemann Medical College, 1923; Apha Sigma, 
Phi Sigma Kappa, Ptolemy, Philadelphia Homeo- 
pathic Medical Society, Pennsylvania Homeo- 
pathic Medical Society, American Institute of 
Homeopathy, American Society of Anesthetists 
(President), Editor of "Anesthesiology." 



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LEON T. ASHCRAFT, 
Ph.B, A.M., M.D., F.A.C.S. 

He will be remembered for his classical lec- 
tures, his interesting operative clinics, the sincere 
interest he showed toward the students and, of 
course, because he was above all a true gentleman. 
Ph.B., Dickinson College, 1887; M.D., Hahne- 
mann Medical College, 1890; Pi Upsilon Rho, 
Urologist to Hahnemann Hospital. 




JOHN A. BROOKE, 
A.M., M.D., F.A.C.S., F.A.C.O.S. 

His friendliness and clarity of speech and ex- 
pression made Orthopedics a pleasant and inter- 
esting part of the curriculum. M.D., Hahnemann 
Medical College, 1896; Philadelphia Homeopathic 
Medical Society, Pennsylvania Homeopathic 
Medical Society, American Institute of Homeop- 
athy, American Academy of Orthopedic Surgery, 
Surgeon to Hahnemann Hospital. 




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JOSEPH V F. CLAY, 
M.D., F.A.C.S., D.Sc. 

He taught us to think logically concerning the 
anatomy and diseases of the ear. An important 
course was made simple and easy to comprehend. 
M.D., Hahnemann Medical College, 1906; Alpha 
Sigma, American Board of Otolaryngology, Phila- 
delphia Homeopathic Medical Society, Pennsyl- 
vania State Medical Society, Philadelphia Society 
for Clinical Research. 





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EDWARD A. STEINHILBER, M.D. 

His kindly, understanding attitude toward his 
patients impressed us. We learned through his 
association that a well-equipped physician must 
be physically, morally and spiritually sound. His 
Friday afternoon clinics were superb! M. D., 
Hahnemann Medical College, 1909; Phi Alpha 
Gamma, Neurologist to Hahnemann Hospital. 



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OUR RESPECTS 






To our parents, who during the past four years 
have been so steadfastly loyal to us, and who pro- 
vided, for the most part, the means for our educa- 
tion. As we leave this college, at a time when we, 
as doctors, will be such a vital part of our society, 
we pause to think of the sacrifices that have been 
made for our sake. 

We are, therefore, in this stormy year, eager 
to prove to them that their faith and finances were 
not unwisely invested. To them we offer this book 
as a small measure of our appreciation. 

The Class of 1943. 






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STANLEY BENSON APPLE, B.S. 
Trenton, New Jersey 

Wake Eorest College 
McKinley Memorial Hospital 

Trenton, New Jersey 
United States Naval Reserve 



JOHN HERMAN ATKINS, B.S. 

Ford City, Penna. 

Pennsylvania State College 

Societv of Internal Medicine (Pres.); 

Craig Gynecological Society (Yice-Pres.) 

Huron Road Hospital 

East Cleveland, Ohio 

United States Army 





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SOLOMON LIPMAN BALIN,Ph.G., A.B. 

Philadelphia, Penna. 

Philadelphia College of Pharmacy and 
Science; St. Joseph's College 

Phi Lambda Kappa Fraternity (Pres.) 

Jewish Hospital 

Philadelphia, Penna. 

United States Army 




JAMES CRUMRINE BATTEN, A.B. 

Parkersburg, West Virginia 

Marshall College 

St. Joseph's Hospital 

Parkersburg, West Virginia 

United States Army 



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RUDOLPH HERMAN BECKERT, A.B. 

Philadelphia, Pcnua. 

La Salic College 

Pi Upsilon Rho Fraternity; 

Paxson Obstetrical Society 

Frankford Hospital 

Philadelphia, Penna. 

United States Armv 




RICHARD BERMAN, A.B. 

Philadelphia. Penna. 

La Salle College 

Phi Delta Epsilon Fraternity (Senator); 

Van Lenncp Surgical Society 

Frankford I lospital 

Philadelphia, Penna. 

United States Annv 




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THE SENIOR C LAS S 1943 





JOHN DEWEY BOLTON 

Madison, Connecticut 

Duke University 

Phi Alpha Gamma Fraternity; 

Craig Gynecological Society (Pres." 

United States Naval Hospital 

United States Navy 



FRANCIS JOSEPH E. BRADY, B.S. 
Newark, New Jersey 
Seton Hall College 
Newark City Hospital 
Newark, New Jersey 
United States Army 



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HARRY JOHN BRUMERSKY 

B.S., Ph.G. 

Conemaugh, Penna. 

University of Pittsburgh 

Paxson Obstetrical Society 

Roxborough Memorial Hospital 

Philadelphia, Penna. 



WILLIAM AUSTIN BYRNE 

Seneca Falls, New York 

Syracuse University 

Alpha Sigma Fraternity; Newman Club 

(Pres.); Lane Medical Society; Hollis 

Otolaryngologic^ Society 

Hahnemann Hospital 

Philadelphia, Penna. 

United States Army 





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EDWARD FENTON CARTER, Jr., B.S. 

Tampa, Florida 

University of Tampa 

Society of Internal Medicine; 

Fisher Pathological Society 

Atlantic City Hospital 

Atlantic City, New Jersey 

United States Army 




MORRIS BATES CLARK, Jr., B.S. 

Fladdonfield, New Jersey 

Ursinus College 

Fisher Pathological Society 

West Jersey Homeopathic Hospital 

Camden, New Jersey 

United States Army 



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HAHNEMANN MEHICAL CHLLEGE 



MORION RAYMOND COANE, A.B. 

Philadelphia, Penna. 

Temple University 

Phi Delta Epsilon Fraternity; 

Van Lennep Surgical Society 

Philadelphia General Hospital 

Philadelphia, Penna. 

United States Army 




EDWIN MORION COIIN, A.B. 

Philadelphia, Penna. 

University of Pennsylvania 

Phi Delta Epsilon Fraternity (Prcs.); Lane 

Medieal Society; Paxson Obstetrical Society 

Jewish Hospital 

Philadelphia, Penna. 




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THE SENIOR E LAS S 1943 





ARTUR BERNARD COLTMAN, A.B. 

Philadelphia, Penna. 

La Salle College 

Phi Delta Epsilon Fraternity; Lane Medical 

Society; Boericke Therapeutic Society; 

Glee Club 

Hahnemann Hospital 

Philadelphia, Penna. 

United States Army 



DONALD CAMERON CONRAD, B.S. 

Middletown, Penna. 
University of Pittsburgh 
Alpha Sigma Fraternity 

Harrisburg Hospital 

Harrisburg, Penna. 

United States Army 



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WILLIAM MARION COOPER. B.S. 

Pittsburgh, Pcnna. 

Pennsylvania State College 

Alpha Sigma Fraternity (Pres.); Reimann 

Oncological Society; Craig Gynecological 

Society; Society of Internal Medicine 

Shadvside Hospital 

Pittsburgh, Pcnna. 

United States Army 



CHARLES JOSHUA CULLEN 

Portage, Penna. 

University of Pittsburgh 

Lankenau Hospital 

Philadelphia, Penna. 

United States Army 





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FRANK A. DE DOMINICIS, A. B. 

Philadelphia, Pcnna. 
Temple University 
Lambda Phi Mu Fraternity (Pres.); Orches- 
tra (Manager); Lane Medical Society; Red- 
man Pediatric Society; Medical Sciences 
Society; Bine and Gold Dance Committee 
Paterson General Hospital 
Paterson, New Jersey 
United States Army 




KENNETH M. DELAFRANGE, B.S. 

Vineland, New Jersey 
Bucknell University 
Society of Internal Medicine; Paxson Obstet- 
rical Society; Hollis Otolaryngological 
Society 
Hackensack Hospital 
Hackensack, New Jersey 
United States Naval Reserve 



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HAHNEMANN MEDICAL COLLEGE 



WALTER OTIS DUCK, A.A., B.S. 

Asheville, North Carolina 

Mars Hill College; Wake Forest College 

Phi Alpha Gamma Fraternity (Vice-Pres.); 

Van Lennep Surgical Society; Hollis Oto- 

lanngologieal Society; Glee Club 

Knoxville General Hospital 

Knoxville, Tennessee 

United States Army 




JOHN MICHAEL DUFFY, Jr., A.B. 
Wclleslev, Mass. 
Boston College 
Student Institute (Vice-Pres.); Newman 
Club; Rcimann Oncological Society; Red- 
man Pediatric Society; Lane Medical So- 
ciety; Van Lennep Surgical Society; Fisher 
Pathological Society 
Lankcnau Hospital 
Philadelphia, Pcnna. 
United States Army 




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THE SENIOR CLASS 134 3 





REMBRANDT H. DUNSMORE, B.S. 

Philipsburg, Penna. 

Pennsylvania State College 

Phi Alpha Gamma Fraternity; Boericke 

Therapeutic Society 

Hahnemann Hospital 

Philadelphia, Penna. 

United States Army 



TOSHIO EZAKI, A.B. 
Kingsburg, California 
University of California at Los Angeles 
Pi Upsilon Rho Fraternity (Treas.); Boe- 
ricke Therapeutic Society; Society of Internal 
Medicine; Van Lennep Surgical Society; 
Redman Pediatric Society 
Sacred Heart Hospital 
Allentown, Penna. 



WILLIAM JOHN FEDACK, B.S. 

Pittsburgh, Penna. 
Duquesne University 

Alpha Sigma Fraternity 

Shadyside Hospital 

Pittsburgh, Penna. 

United States Naval Reserve 



HERMAN FISCHER, A.B. 

Philadelphia, Penna. 
University of Pennsylvania 
Phi Delta Epsilon Fraternity; Student In- 
stitute; Society of Internal Medicine; Blue 
and Gold Dance Committee 
Hahnemann Hospital 
Philadelphia, Penna. 
United States Army 





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JOHN FRANCIS FITZPATRICK, A.B. 

Haverhill, Mass. 

Dartmouth College 

Lane Medical Society 

Hahnemann Hospital 

Philadelphia, Penna. 

United States Army 




PAUL LAWRENCE FLYNN, A.B. 

Philadelphia, Penna. 

La Salle College 

Newman Club; Lane Medical Society 

(Treas.); Reimann Oncological Society 

Hahnemann Hospital 

Philadelphia, Penna. 

United States Army 



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HAHNEMANN MEDICAL COLLEGE 



MOLLIS JOSEPH FOSTER, Jr.. A.B. 

New Britain. Connecticut 

Wesleyan University 

Paxson Obstetrical Society 

New Britain General Hospital 

New Britain, Connecticut 

United States Armv 




WESLEY BRODBECK FOX, A.B. 

Cincinnati, Ohio 
University of Cincinnati 
Phi Alpha Gamma Fraternity; Editor-in- 
chief "Hospital Tidings"; Boericke Thera- 
peutic Society; "Ilahnemannian Monthly" 
Hahnemann Hospital 
Philadelphia, Penna. 
United States Army 




4 1 



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FRANK JOSEPH FROSCH, Jr., B.S. 

Philadelphia, Penna. 

Ursinus College 

Society of Internal Medicine; Lane Medical 

Society 

McKinley Memorial Hospital 

Trenton, New Jersey 

United States Army 



LEO BELLES GALLAGHER, B.S. 

Moscow, Penna. 

University of Scranton 

Newman Club 

South Baltimore General Hospital 

Baltimore, Maryland 

United States Naval Reserve 



42 



ROBKK T FRANCIS GIBBONS, B.S. 

Dunmore, Penna. 

University of Seranton 

Alpha Sigma Fraternity; Newman Club 

Mercy Hospital 

Toledo, Ohio 

United States Aruiv 



LANE GIDDINGS, B.S. 

Great Barrington, Mass. 

Massachusetts State College 

Orchestra 

Huron Road Hospital 

East Cleveland, Ohio 

United Shites Armv 





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NORBERT STEPHEN GIZINSKI, B.S. 

Cleveland, Ohio 

John Carroll University 

Pi Sigma Mu Fraternity; Paxson Obstetrical 

Society; Newman Club 

Huron Road Hospital 

East Cleveland, Ohio 




ROBERT JOSEPH GOLDEN, B.S. 

Dunmore, Penna. 

Universitv of Scranton 

Alpha Sigma Fraternity; Newman Club 

United States Naval Hospital 

United States Navy 



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44 



HAHNEMANN MEDICAL COLLEGE 



MAX RICHARD GOLDSTEIN, A.B. 

West Hartford, Conn. 

Dartmouth College 

Phi Delta Epsilon Fraternity; Reimann 

Oncological Society; Lane Medical Society 

Sinai Hospital 

Baltimore, Maryland 




JOHN JOSEPH GORMAN, B.S. 

Pawtnckct, Rhode Island 
Providence College 
Memorial Hospital 

Pawtucket, Rhode Island 
United States Army 




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WILLIAM CHARLES GRASLEY, B.S. 

Allentown, Penna. 
Muhlenberg College 
Fisher Pathological Society; Society of In- 
ternal Medicine 
Allentown General Hospital 
Allentown, Penna. 
United States Army 



VICTOR FRANCIS GRIECO, A.B. 
Williamsport, Penna. 
Pennsylvania State College 
Lambda Phi Mu Fraternity; Student Insti- 
tute (Treas.); Paxson Obstetrical Society 
Williamsport Hospital 
Williamsport, Penna. 
United States Army 



46 



PAUL JOHN G. GROTZINGER, B.S. 

Huntingdon Valley, Penna. 

Muhlenberg College 

Paxson Obstetrical Society; Orchestra; Blue 

and Gold Dance Committee 

I Iahncmann I Iospital 

Philadelphia, Penna. 

United States Naval Reserve 



GEORGE RICHARD HAMILTON, B.S. 
Beaver, Penna. 
Westminster College 
Phi Alpha Gamma Fraternity; Craig Gyne- 
cological Society 
Huron Road Hospital 
East Cleveland, Ohio 
United States Naval Reserve 





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47 




WILLIS EUGENE HAMMOND, A.B. 

New Berlin, New York 

Syracuse University 

Student Institute (Sec.); Redman Pediatric 

Society; Fisher Pathological Society; Boe- 

ricke Therapeutic Society 

Binghamton City Hospital 

Binghamton, New York 

United States Army 




LOUIS ELIAS HANNA, B.S. 

Central Falls, Rhode Island 

Brown University; Boston University 

Lane Medical Society; Reimann Oncological 

Society; Van Lennep Surgical Society; 

Fisher Pathological Society 

Providence Homeopathic Hospital 

Providence, Rhode Island 

United States Armv 



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HAHNEMANN MEDICAL COLLEGE 



MYRON CLARENCE HANYSH, Ph.G. 

Youngstown, Ohio 

Ohio State University 

Youngstown Hospital 

Youngstown, Ohio 

United States Army 




ROBERT FREDERICK HECKLER, B.S. 

Mount Carmel, Penna. 

Bueknell University 

Paxson Obstetrical Society 

Wyoming Valley Hospital 

Wilkes-Barre, Penna. 

United States Army 




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WATER. AIR AND CLEANLINESS ARE THE CHIEF ARTICLES IN MY PHARMACOPOEIA. 

— Napoleon Bonaparte 



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JOHN HENRY HEGE, A.B. 
Dover, Penna. 
Gettysburg College 
Boericke Therapeutic Society (Pres.); Red- 
man Pediatric Society 
Internship with the United States 
Public Health Service 




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CHARLES JAMES HELY 7 Jr., A.B. 

Westfield, New Jersey 
Ohio Northern University 
Van Lennep Surgical Society (Pres.); Boe- 
ricke Therapeutic Society; Society of In- 
ternal Medicine; Fisher Pothological Soci- 
ety; Newman Club 
Muhlenberg Hospital 
Plainfield, New Jersey 
United States Naval Reserve 



5° 



JORGE ANTONIO HERETER, A.B. 

Cagnas, Puerto Rico 

University of Puerto Rico; University or 

Pennsylvania 

Pi Upsilon Rho Fraternity; El Circulo His- 

pano; Mollis Otolaryngologic^! Society; Blue 

and Gold Dance Committee 

Hahnemann Hospital 

Philadelphia, Penna. 

United States Army 



IVAN WILMER HESS, B.S. 

Royersford, Penna. 

Ursinus College 

Redman Pediatric Society; Medical Sciences 

Society 

Hahnemann Hospital 

Philadelphia, Penna. 

United States Army 





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PAUL GOOD HESS, B.S. 

Manheim, Penna. 

Goshen College, Pennsylvania State 

College; Elizabethtown College 

Senior Class Treasurer; Society of Internal 

Medicine (Sec); Van Lennep Surgical 

Society; Medical Sciences Society 

Hahnemann Hospital 

Philadelphia, Penna. 

United States Army 




ERNEST HERBERT HEYDT, Jr., A.B. 

Glenside, Penna. 

Dartmouth College 

Senior Class Secretary; Phi Alpha Gamma 

Fraternity; Paxson Obstetrical Society; Boe- 

ricke Therapeutic Society; Hollis Otolaryn- 

gological Society 

Hahnemann Hospital 

Philadelphia, Penna. 

United States Army 



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HAHNEMANN MEDICAL COLLEGE 



R02ERT JOHN HILL, B.S. 

Cresson, Penna. 

University of Pittsburgh 

Phi Alpha Gamma Fraternity; Paxson Ob 

stetrical Society; Ilollis Otolaryngological 

Society 

Altoona Hospital 

Altoona, Pcnna. 

United States Army 




HARRY PITTS HOFFMAN, B.S. 

Ashland, Pcnna. 

Pennsylvania State College 

Phi Alpha Gamma Fraternity; Lane Medical 

Society 

Huron Road I lospital 

East Cleveland, Ohio 

United States Naval Reserve 




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WILLIAM C. F. HOWRIE, Jr., A.B. 
Philadelphia, Penna. 

La Salle College 

Lane Medical Society 

Hahnemann Hospital 

Philadelphia, Penna. 

United States Army 



GEORGE STEM HULICK, A.B. 

Aldan, Penna. 

Bucknell University 

Phi Alpha Gamma Fraternity 

Hahnemann Hospital 

Philadelphia, Penna. 

United States Army 



54 



ALBERT LEWIS HUNTER, Jr., A.B. 
Cumberland Mills, Maine 

Colby College 

Fisher Pathological Society; Lane Medical 

Society; Reimann Oncological Society 

Internship with the United States 

Public Health Service 



RICHARD MARIS IRWIN 

Newark, Delaware 

University of Delaware 

Hahnemann Hospital 

Philadelphia, Penna. 

United States Army 





HAHNEMANN MEHICAL COLLEGE 



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PAUL BENJAMIN JARRETT 

Phoenix, Arizona 
University of California 
Pi Upsilon Rho Fraternity; Craig Gyneco- 
logical Society; Lane Medical Society 
San Francisco General Hospital 
San Francisco, California 
United States Army 




MARTIN BUDDY KASSELL, B.S. 

Philadelphia, Penna. 

Villanova College 

Phi Delta Epsilon Fraternity; Boericke 

Therapeutic Society; Glee Club 

Hahnemann Hospital 

Philadelphia, Penna. 

United States Army 



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HAHNEMANN MEDICAL COLLEGE 



KERMIT KENTON KISTLER, B.S. 

Allcntown, Penna. 

Muhlenberg College 

Pi Upsilon Rho Fraternity (Vice-Pres.); 

Van Lennep Surgical Society; Redman 

Pediatric Society 

Internship with the United States 

Public Health Service 




ALBERT JOHN KLEM. B.S. 

Larksville, Penna. 
Temple University 
Alpha Sigma Fraternity; Paxson Obstetrical 
Society (Pres.); Van Lennep Surgical So- 
ciety; Society of Internal Medicine; MEDIC 
Photographic Editor 
Wyoming Valley Hospital 
Wilkcs-Barrc, Penna. 
United States Army 




57 



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FREDERICK HENRY KNOX, Jr., B.S. 
Philadelphia, Penna. 
Villanova College 
Phi Alpha Gamma Fraternity; Medical Sci- 
ences Society (Pres.); "Hospital Tidings" 
Staff 
Hahnemann Hospital 
Philadelphia, Penna. 
United States Army 



CARL JOHN KONECKE 

Wilkes-Barre, Penna. 

University of Scranton 

Pi Sigma Mu Fraternity 

Wyoming Valley Hospital 

Wilkes-Barre, Penna. 

United States Army 



58 



PAUL JOHN KOWALLEK. Jr., A.B. 

Brecksville, Ohio 

Western Reserve University 

Van Lennep Surgical Society; Orchestra 

Huron Road Hospital 

Mast Cleveland, Ohio 

United States Armv 



JOHN EDWARD KRAM. B.S. 

Pittsburgh, Penna. 
University of Pittsburgh 
Newman Club (Treas.); Boericke Thera- 
peutic Society 
St. John's General Hospital 
Pittsburgh, Penna. 
United States Army 





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59 




HARRY LOUIS KRIEGER, A.B. 

Eastern, Penna. 

Lafayette College 

Phi Lambda Kappa Fraternity ( Vice-Pres.); 

Van Lennep Surgical Society; Redman 

Pediatric Society; Blue and Gold Dance 

Committee 

Easton Hospital 

Easton, Penna. 

United States Army 




EDWARD SIMON KUMKUMIAN, A.B. 

Williamstown, New Jersey 

Temple University 

Redman Pediatric Society 

Roxborough Memorial Hospital 

Philadelphia, Penna. 

United States Army 



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HAHNEMANN MEDICAL COLLEGE 



GEORGE LEWIS LAKE, B.S., M.S. 
Newark, New Jersey 
Newark College of Engineering; University 
of Michigan 
Beth Israel Hospital 
Newark, New Jersey 
United States Army 




WILLIAM LAPIIIUSKA, A.B. 

Philadelphia, Penna. 

Temple University 

Montgomery I Iospital 

Norristown, Penna. 

United States Army 




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ALFRED RAYMOND LAPIN, Ph.G. 

Trenton, New Jersey 

Temple University 

Redman Pediatric Society (Pres.) 

Monmouth Memorial Hospital 

Long Branch, New Jersey 

United States Army 



ELMER C. LAUDENSLAGER, B. S. 

Dublin, Penna. 

Ursinus College 

Redman Pediatric Society 

Hahnemann Hospital 

Philadelphia, Penna. 

United States Army 



62 



ROBERT HOWITT LEEPER. A.B. 

Philadelphia, Penna. 

Temple University 

Phi Alpha Gamma Fraternity (Trias, i; 

Redman Pediatric Society 

Hahnemann Hospital 

Philadelphia, Penna. 

United States Army 



JOHN LEPORE, B.S. 

Newark, New Jersey 

Rutgers University 

Phi Lambda Mu Fraternity 

St. Elizabeth Hospital 

Elizabeth, New Jersey 

United States Army 





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JOSEPH JOHN LESKIN, B.S. 

Shenandoah, Penna. 

Pennsylvania State College 

Senior Class President; Newman Club 

United States Naval Hospital 

United States Navy 




ARTHUR LIPSCHUTZ, B.S. 

Philadelphia, Penna. 
Franklin and Marshall College 
Phi Delta Epsilon Fraternity; Paxson Ob- 
stetrical Society; Van Lennep Surgical 
Society 
Jewish Hospital 
Philadelphia, Penna. 
United States Army 



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6 4 



HAHNEMANN MEDICAL COLLEGE 



MICHAEL FRANCIS LYNCH, 

Linden, New Jersey 
New York University 
St. Elizabeth Hospital 
Elizabeth, New Jersey 

United States Army 



B.S. 



THE SKILLFUL DOCTOR KNOWS in OB- 
SERVATION, THE MEDIOCRE DOCTOR 
BY INTERROGATION, THE ORDINARY 

DOCTOR BY PALPATION. 

— Chang ('huiiR-Ching 



GENNARO GIACO MAI DA, A.B. 

Brooklyn, New York 

New York University 

Conev Island Hospital 

Conev Island, New York 




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MARIO JOSEPH MANCINELLI, B.S. 

Stamford, Connecticut 

Roanoke College 

Lambda Phi Mu Fraternity; Lane Medical 

Society 

Stamford Hospital 

Stamford, Connecticut 

United States Army 



JOSE FRANCISCO MARTINEZ-FUNES 
San Pedro Sula, Republic of Honduras, C.A. 

Temple University 

El Circulo Hispano; Boericke Therapeutic 

Society; Redman Pediatric Society 

Montgomery Hospital 

Norristown, Penna. 



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FRANKLIN CARL MASSEY, AH. 

Philadelphia, Penna. 

Temple University 

Medical Sciences Society; Ilollis Otolaryngo- 

logical Society; "Hospital Tidings" Staff; 

"I Iahneniannian N lonthlv" 

Hahnemann Hospital 

Philadelphia, Penna. 

United States Army 



HARRY DREW McAVOY, B.S. 

Toledo, Ohio 

DeSales College; St. John's College 

Reimann Oncological Society 

St. Vincent's Hospital 

Toledo, Ohio 




IE CHEAT NUMBER OF DISEASES, WHILE DOCTORS WORRY 
OVER THE SCARCITY OF EFFECTIVE REMEDIES. —Chin Yuehjen 



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FRANK EUGENE McCLIMANS, B.S. 

Erie, Penna. 

University of Pittsburgh 

Alpha Sigma Fraternity; Redman Pediatric 

Society (Sec); Fisher Pathological Society 

West Jersey Homeopathic Hospital 

Camden, New Jersey 



THE LAWYERS ARE THE CLEVEREST 
MEN, THE MINISTERS THE MOST 
LEARNED, AND THE DOCTORS THE 
MOST SENSIBLE. — Oliver W. Holmes 



WILLIAM JAMES McHUGH, Jr., B.S. 
Export, Penna. 
St. Vincent College 
Alpha Sigma Fraternity; Reimann Oncologi- 
cal Society; Fisher Pathological Society; 
Redman Pediatric Society; Van Lennep Sur- 
gical Society 
Shadyside Hospital 
Pittsburgh, Penna. 
United States Naval Reserve 



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HAHNEMANN MEDICAL COLLEGE 



WAYNE OLIVER McKEE, B.S. 
McKeesport, Penna. 
Grove City College 
Phi Alpha Gamma Fraternity; Van Lennep 
Surgical Society 
Columbia Hospital 
Wilkiusburg, Penna. 
United States Armv 




RALPH HARVEY MENG, B.S. 

Pern' Point, Man land 

University of Maryland 

Phi Alpha Gamma Fraternity; Boericke 

Therapeutic Society; Orchestra 
Hahnemann Hospital 
Philadelphia, Penna. 
United States Armv 




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VLADIMIR MOHNACH, Ph.G. 
Philadelphia, Penna. 
Temple University; Villanova College 
Alpha Sigma Fraternity; Lane Medical So- 
ciety; Redman Pediatric Society 
Paterson General Hospital 
Paterson, New Jersey 
United States Army 



RAYMOND ALBERT MORRIS, B.S. 

Reading, Penna. 

Albright College 

Pi Sigma Mu Fraternity (Pres.); Reimann 

Oncological Society; Hollis Otolaryngologi- 

cal Society 

Reading Homeopathic Hospital 

Reading, Penna. 



70 



FELIX JOHN MUCIILADO, B.S. 

Pittsburgh, Penna. 

Duquesnc University 

Pi Sigma Mu Fraternity; Newman Clul); 

Hollis Otolaiyngologica] Society 

South Side Hospital 

Pittsburgh, Penna. 

United States Army 



FOSTER EDWARD MURPHY, A.B. 

Philadelphia, Penna. 
Temple University 
Fisher Pathological Society; Redman Pedi- 
atric Society; Reimann Oncological Society; 
MEDIC Business Manager 
West Jersey Homeopathic Hospital 
Camden, New Jersey 
United States Army 




IN ILLNESS THE PHYSICIAN IS A FATHER; IN CONVALESCENCE, A FRIEND; WHEN 
HEALTH IS RESTORED, HE IS A GUARDIAN. — Brahmanic Saying 



HAHNEMANN MEDICAL COLLEGE 



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IAN DOUGLAS MURPHY 

Ensenada, Puerto Rico 

Pennsylvania State College 

Boericke Therapeutic Society; Hollis Oto- 

laryngological Society (Pres.); Glee Club 

Atlantic City Hospital 

Atlantic City, New Jersey 

United States Naval Reserve 



IGNORANCE IS NOT SO DAMNABLE AS 
HUMBUG, BUT WHEN IT PRESCRIBES 
PILLS IT MAY HAPPEN TO DO MORE 
HARM. — George Elliot 



THEODORE NORLEY, A.B. 

Philadelphia, Penna. 

Gettysburg College 

Phi Alpha Gamma Fraternity (Pres.); Craig 

Gynecological Society; Fisher Pathological 

Society; Blue and Gold Dance Committee 

Hahnemann Hospital 

Philadelphia, Penna. 

United States Army 



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HAHNEMANN MEDICAL COLLEGE 



EDWARD JOHN NOVAK, A.B. 

Sewaren, New Jersey 

University of Pennsylvania 

Ilollis Otolarvngological Society; Redman 

Pediatric Society 

Patcrson General Hospital 

Paterson, New Jersey 

United States Army 



THERE ARE ONM TWO SORTS OF DOC- 
TORS, THOSE WHO PRACTICE WITH 
THEIR BRAINS, AND THOSE WHO PRAC- 
TICE WITH THEIR TONGUES. — Oder 



ROBERT SAMUEL OYER. A.B. 
Bluffton, Ohio 
Bluffton College 
Alpha Sigma Fraternity; Glee Club; Bocricke 
Therapeutic Society; Redman Pediatric So- 
ciety 
Huron Road Hospital 
East Cleveland, Ohio 
United States Army 




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A COUNTRY DOCTOR NEEDS MORE RRAINS TO DO HIS WORK POSSIRLY THAN THE 
FIFTY GREATEST INDUSTRIALISTS IN THE WORLD REQUIRE. —Walter B. Pitkin 




ELLWOOD SPENCER PAISLEY, B.S. 

Philadelphia, Penna. 

Ursinus College 

Fisher Pathological Society 

West Jersey Homeopathic Hospital 

Camden, New Jersey 

United States Army 



PETER ANTHONY PETRONE, B.S. 

Newark, New Jersey 
Catholic University 
Lambda Phi Mu Fraternity 
Newark City Hospital 
Newark, New Jersey 
United States Army 



74 



NICHOLAS }. A. POLICARPO. A.B. 

Philadelphia, Pcnna. 

La Salic College 

Pi Upsilon Rho Fraternity (Pres.); Senior 

Class Vice-President; Lane Medical Society 

Reading Homeopathic Hospital 

Reading, Pcnna. 

United States Army 



HARVEY TEST PULLEN, B.S. 

Freehold, New Jerscv 

Moravian College 

United States Naval Hospital 

United States Navy 





HAHNEMANN MEDICAL COLLEGE 



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OSCAR NAYLOR RAMBO, Jr., B.S. 
Overbrook, Penna. 
Haverford College 
Lane Medical Society (Pres.); Fisher Patho- 
logical Society 
Hahnemann Hospital 
Philadelphia, Penna. 
United States Naval Reserve 



CARL JAMES RECORDS 
Edinburg, Indiana 
Franklin College 
Phi Alpha Gamma Fraternity; Craig Gyne- 
cological Society 
Methodist Hospital 
Indianapolis, Indiana 



ICAL ILLS 

UPON THIS WRETCHED LIFE; SOME 
ARE TAXED HIGHER, AND SOME 
LOWER, RLT ALL PAY SOMETHING. 

— Lord Chesterfield 



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HAHNEMANN MEHICAL COLLEGE 



HERMAN DOWSHEN RUDNICK, AH. 

Philadelphia, Penna. 

University of Pennsylvania 

Phi Delta Epsilon Fraternity; Van Lennep 

Surgical Society; Paxson Obstetrical Society 

Philadelphia General Hospital 

Philadelphia, Penna. 

United States Armv 



SOME MALADIES ARE RICH AND PRE- 
CIOI S AND ONL1 TO BE \<Ol I K K I > in 
THE RIGHT OF INHERITANCE OK PI R- 
CHASED WITH GOLD. —Hawthorne 



HARRY CHARLES SCARPA, A.B. 

Philadelphia, Penna 

La Salle College 

Paxson Obstetrical Society (Sec.); Newman 

Club 

West Jersey Homeopathic Hospital 

Camden, New Jersey 

United States Army 




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JESSE ELIAS SCHMICK, B.S. 

Elmira, New York 

Bucknell University 

Alpha Sigma Fraternity; Hollis Otolaryngo- 

logical Society; Redman Pediatric Society; 

Blue and Gold Dance Committee Chairman 

Pottsville General Hospital 

Pottsville, Penna. 



WILLIAM DOUGHTY SCOTT, B.S. 

Freeport, New York 

Franklin and Marshall College 

Phi Alpha Gamma Fraternity; MEDIC 

Editor-in-Chief 

Meadowbrook Hospital 

Hempstead, New York 

United States Army 



78 



RICHARD JARRETT SEXTON, B.S. 

Easton, Penna. 

Muhlenberg College 

Paxson Obstetrical Society 

Wilmington Memorial Hospital 

Wilmington, Delaware 

United States Army 



JACOB GAMBLE SHADE, B.S. 

Royersford, Penna. 

Ursinus College 

Pottsville General Hospital 

Pottsville, Penna. 





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VITOL SAMUEL SHEPARD, A.B. 
Palm Beach, Florida 
Duke University 
Redman Pediatric Society; Van Lennep Sur- 
gical Society; Blue and Gold Dance Com- 
mittee 
United States Naval Hospital 
United States Navy 



HENRY ANDREW SHIELDS, A.B., B.S. 

Cheltenham, Penna. 

Temple University 

Phi Alpha Gamma Fraternity 

Montgomery Hospital 

Norristown, Penna. 



THE PHYSICIAN MUST HAVE AT HIS 
COMMAND A CERTAIN READY WIT, AS 
DOURNESS IS REPULSIVE ROTH TO THE 
HEALTHY AND THE SICK— Hippocrates 



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HAHNEMANN MEHICAL COLLEGE 



NICHOLAS ANDREW" SHOLLER, A.B. 

Providence, Rhode Island 

Brown University 

Bridgeport Hospital 

Bridgeport, Connecticut 

United States Army 



HOW MANY ERRORS HAVE BEEN COM- 
MITTED BECAUSE THE PHYSICIAN HAS 
NOT BEEN ABLE TO DISCERN. I NDER 
THE MASK OE THE INVALID. A MAN? 

— E. Ki.il 



JOSEPH ROBERT SKYER, A.B. 

Newburgh, New York 

Johns Hopkins University 

Phi Lambda Kappa Fraternity (Sec); 

Lennep Surgical Society 

Metropolitan Hospital 

New York City 

United States Army 



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THERE IS ONE GREAT DIFFERENCE RETWEEN A GOOD PHYSICIAN AND A RAD ONE; 
YET VERY LITTLE RETWEEN A GOOD ONE AND NONE AT ALL. —Arthur Young 




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WILLIAM RICHARD SOLLAMI, A.B. 

Trenton, New Jersey 

St. Joseph's College 

Alpha Sigma Fraternity (Treas.); Lane 

Medical Society; Newman Club; MEDIC 

Managing Editor 

McKinley Memorial Hospital 

Trenton, New Jersey 

United States Army 



THOMAS LEONARD SOSS, A.B. 
Oakland, California 
University of California 
Van Lennep Surgical Society; Paxson Ob- 
stetrical Society; Society of Internal Medi- 
cine 
Los Angeles County General Hospital 
Los Angeles, California 
United States Army 



82 



MERMAN DAVID STAPLES, A.B. 

Philadelphia, Pcnna. 
La Salic College 
Phi Delta Epsilon Fraternity (Vice-Pres.); 
Van Lenncp Surgical Society; Paxson Ob- 
stetrical Society; MEDIC Advertising Man- 
ager 
Mount Sinai Hospital 
Philadelphia, Pcnna. 
United States Army 



JOHN ANDERSON STEWART 
Gassaway, West Virginia 
West Virginia University 
Alpha Sigma Fraternity; Craig Gynecologi- 
cal Society (Sec.) 
Charleston General Hospital 
Charleston, West Virginia 
United States Armv 





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83 




HERBERT GEORGE J. STOECKLEIN 

Pittsburgh, Penna. 

University of Pittsburgh 

Phi Alpha Gamma Fraternity 

United States Naval Hospital 

United States Navy 




WILLIAM TOTH, B.S. 

Fords, New Jersey 

Franklin and Marshall College 

Phi Alpha Gamma Fraternity 

United States Naval Hospital 

United States Navy 



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HAHNEMANN MEHICAL COLLEGE 



WILLIAM ARTHUR VAN SUAN, B.S. 

Philadelphia, Pcnna. 

Pennsylvania State College 

Medical Sciences Society 

Hahnemann Hospital 

Philadelphia, Penna. 

United States Army 



IT IS TRUE THAT JOY CAN ACTIVATE 
THE NERVOUS SYSTEM MORE EFFI- 
CIENTLY THAN ALL THE CARDIAC 
STIM1 LAMS THAT CAN RE HAD FROM 
THE DRUGGIST. —Schiller 



HIRAM VAZQUEZ-MILAN, Ph.D., 
Ph.C, B.S. 
Santurce, Puerto Rico 
University of Puerto Rico 
El Circulo Hispano (Pres.); Boericke Thera- 
peutic Society; Redman Pediatric Society; 
"Hospital Tidings" Staff; Newman Club 
Bayamon District Hospital 
Bavamon, Puerto Rico 
United States Army 




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TO 
BY 


READ 
INCH, 


TEXTBOOKS IS EASY, 
WITH THE OBSCURE, 


BUT 
AND 


TO DO RESEARCH 
BATTLE, STEP BY 


WORK 
STEP, 


IS TO GRAPPLE, INCH 

WITH THE UNKNOWN. 

— Victor Robinson 
































ANIBAL VAZQUEZ- VELEZ 

Ponce, Puerto Rico 

University of Puerto Rico 

Upsilon Rho Fraternity; El Circulo 

Hispano 

Wilmington Memorial Hospital 

Wilmington, Delaware 

United States Army 



ARTHUR WILHELM VON DEILEN, 
D.D.S., M.S.D., A.B. 
Brigantine, New Jersey 
University of Maryland; Northwestern Uni- 
versity; La Salle College 
Alpha Sigma Fraternity; Student Institute 
(Pres.); Hollis Otolaryngological Society 
Atlantic City Hospital 
Atlantic City, New Jersey 



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WILLIAM L. WAGENER, Jr.. A.B. 

Atlantic City, New Jersey 
University of Alabama 

Alpha Sigma Fraternitv 

Atlantic City Hospital 

Atlantic City, New Jersey 

United States Army 



FULLERTON B. H. WELLS, B.S. 

Camden, New Jersey 

Wake Forest College 

Alpha Sigma Fraternity 

Wilmington Memorial Hospital 

Wilmington, Delaware 

United States Army 




TO STUDY THE PHENOMENA OF DISEASE WITHOUT BOOKS IS TO SAIL AN I NCHARTED 
SEA, WHILE TO STUDY BOOKS WITHOUT PATIENTS IS NOT TO GO TO SEA AT ALL. 

— Otler 



HAHNEMANN MEDICAL COLLEGE 



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RICHARD DAVID WILLIAMS, B.S. 

Slatington, Penna. 

Muhlenberg College 

Allentown General Hospital 

Allentown, Penna. 




GEORGE W. WILSON, A.B., B.S. 

Wilkinsburg, Penna. 
Wheaton College 
Phi Alpha Gamma Fraternity; Van Lennep 
Surgical Society (Treas.); Lane Medical So- 
ciety; Society of Internal Medicine 
Shadyside Hospital 
Pittsburgh, Penna. 
United States Army 



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HAHNEMANN MEHICAL COLLEGE 



EUGENE ADAM WRONA, B.S. 

Glen Lyon, Pcnna. 

Villa nova College 

Pi Sigma Mu Fraternity (Sec.); Fisher 

Pathological Society 

St. Vincent's Hospital 

Bridgeport, Connecticut 

United States Army 



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TOR CAN SAt EXACTLY WHAT BE 
THINKS ABO! T ANOTHER DOCTOR IS 
TO HIS WIFE. THAT IS Win PRACTI- 
CALL1 ALL DOCTORS ARK MARRIED. 

— Joyce Uennys 



ALBERT JAMES ZOGBY, B.S. 

Ilazlcton, Penna. 

Villanova College 

Pi Upsilon Rho Fraternity; Newman Club 

(Vice-Pres.) 

Sacred Heart Hospital 

Allentown, Penna. 

United States Armv 




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AFFILIATED HOSPITALS 



Philadelphia General Hospital 

On Friday mornings at P.G.I I., during our Junior year, we had our first 
glimpse at that part of Pathology known as Autopsy. The unfortunate dead gave 
up their secrets to us under the proficient and expert demonstrations of Drs. 
Favorite, Fisher and Cook, and many others at P.G.H. 

This hospital is the oldest in America, and is the largest in Philadelphia. 
It was at one time called "Blockley," a name spoken glibly by some of our pro- 
fessors, and which baffled us for many a daw It was a pleasure to study where the 
clinical material was so available and varied. 



St. Luke's Hospital 

The surgery section of the Senior Class spent Saturday afternoons listening 
to the world-famous Dr. Roman present interesting surgical clinics. On our last 
day there, we were given an examination that had most of us hanging on the ropes. 

Dr. Redman demonstrated to the Senior Pediatric section how to apply the 
vast amount of didactic material he had presented to us during our Junior year. 
He showed us many puzzling cases, and then, with the aid of the young and able 
Dr. Agerty, went on to establish a sound diagnosis. 



Allentown State Hospital 

The inmates of the Allentown State Hospital were delighted when the tra- 
ditional visit of the Hahnemann Senior Class was advanced several months due 
to the accelerated war program. Each group viewed the other with mutual amuse- 
ment as we made a tour of the wards and grounds. 

Clinics were presented to the students by Drs. Hoffmann, Rossman, Reiser, 
Frosch, and Lindenfeld. In addition, short quiz sections were given each afternoon 
to determine the extent to which our group was grasping the subject. We shall 
never forget "Superman" and "Shirley Temple," and it was rumored that only 
one Senior bought a share of stock in the hospital from some of the high-pressure 
manics. 



Municipal Hospital 

The Senior Class of Hahnemann was fortunate to have the opportunity to 
study communicable diseases at this hospital. It is the oldest and one of the 
largest of its kind in the Western Hemisphere. 

Under the able tutelage of Dr. Pascal Lucchesi and our own Dr. Noon, we 
saw cases of measles, chicken pox, scarlet fever, diphtheria, and many other con- 
tagious diseases we rarely saw at Hahnemann. Here we fortified our impressions 
of these diseases with clinical observations of symptoms and results of treatment. 
The few periods at Municipal were well spent indeed. 

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JUNIOR CLASS 



OFFICERS 

President Larry J. Rendin 

Vice-President Lewis C. Hitchner, Jr. 

Secretary Carl A. Hokholt 

Treasurer William W. Stewart 

Student Council Representative John C. Kerst 



JUNIOR CLASS 



Ballas, William Anthony 
Barclay, Clayton Carson 
Bax, Alphonso Leo 
Baylor, Louis Peter 
Berger, Norman Shea 
Blomain, Emile William, Jr. 



Breme, Julius Charles 
Brown, Patrick Neely 
Carney, Paul Luther 
Carras, Peter Demosthenes 
Chemycz, Joseph Robert 
Chepko, Julius 

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Chitwood, John Noah 
Corenzwit, Raymond 
Corn, Oscar 
Curtis, Harrison Everett 
Darby, Walter Snyder 
Dosovitz, Oscar 



JUNIOH CLASS 



Dratman, Mitchell Louis 
Dunlap, Stephen Edgar, Jr. 
Edwards, Walter Roy 
Erhard, Robert Francis 
Forthman, William Hill 
Fuhrmann, John Barclay 
Gabroy, Harry Kenneth 
Gan, Walter Stanley 
Gelinas, Edmund Joseph 
Gerard, Frank Hight 
Gerber, Harris Seymour 
Gouldin, Robert Parker 
Graham, Ralph Eugene 
Haberman, William Burns 
Hale, Thomas King 
Hall, Robert Louis 
Hamilton, Frederick Garfield, Jr. 
Hitchner, Lewis Clinton, Jr. 
Hokholt, Carl Alfred 
Jablonski, Lawrence Francis, Jr. 
Jack, Roy Custer 
Juler, Edward Thomas 
Junk, Ivan De Kalb 
Jurewicz, Stanley Thomas 
Kato, Barrie Masao 
Kearney, Martin James 
Kerst, John Cornell 
Kirkpatrick, Daniel Wilkins 
Korey, Joseph John 
Lagerquist, Albert Lloyd 
Landay, James Paul 
Laubach, George Brotzman 
Leadbetter, Mark Renton 



Learn, John Alfred 
Lieberman, Alexander, Jr. 
Lipcius, Frank 
Lorentz, Gerald Talmage 
Lyons, James Chalmers, Jr. 
Martin, Richard James 
Marton, Victor William 
Mayer, Donald Franklin 
McAfoos, Louis Garfield, Jr. 
Mclntyre, Donald Kenneth 
McKane, Andrew, III 
Molina-Rivera, Antonio Eduardo 
Monheit, Richard Stanton 
Montalvo-Carroll, Andres Hugo 
Morrill, Lewis V., Jr. 
Mozola, Emil William 
Munchak, John, Jr. 
Neely, William Joseph 
Nettles, Thomas Earl 
Null, Robert Harry 
Oakey, Richard Stanton, Jr. 
O'Brien, William Thomas, Jr. 
Ostrowski, Joseph Peter 
Paret, Frank Lewis 
Petkus, John Anthony 
Pfromm, John 
Phillips, Paul Richard 
Polevoy, Pomeroy Edward 
Powell, Jack Melvin 
Preis, Francis Joseph Edward 
Rendin, Larry James 
Rigby, Charles Edward, Jr. 



Rubin, Justin 
Sataloff, Joseph 
Schaffner, John Peter, Jr. 
Schroth, Thomas Anthony 
Shcpard, Morse Arno 
Shields, George Henry 
Simoson, Leo Herbert 
Smith, George Kent 
Snyder, Gerald William 
Snyder, James Avers 
Sonis, Meyer 
Stewart, William Wayne 
Sullivan, Claude Clarence, Jr. 
Sussman, Irvin 
Szczcpaniak, John Paul 
Szmal, Chester John Theodore 
Teater, Joseph Boland 
Toth, Alexander Gabriel, Jr. 
Turner, Arden Stanley 
Ursin, John 

Uzmann, Francis Joseph, Jr. 
Wasley, Malcolm Tucker 
Watson, Joseph Hicks 
Weiss, Jerome 
Weitzel, Roland Earl 
Whitaker, Jack Lonsdale 
White, Albert Evans 
Witherspoon, Robert George 
Woelfel, Gerard Anthony 
Wolf, Alfred Henry 
Wright, Eugene Neal 
Yoshikawa, Toyoo 
Zaino, Edward Constantine 



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SOPHOMORE CLASS 



OFFICERS 



President Jesse E. Schlossman 

Secretary Thomas M. D'Auria 

Treasurer Horace D. Marucci 

Student Council Representative Alfred T. De Vito 



SOPHOMORE CLASS 



Agnone, Eugene John 
Alsina, Manuel Fernando, Jr. 
Anderko, Frank Thomas 
Baddour, Richard Albert 
Barrciro, Americo Leonard 
Bcrio-Suarcz, Jose Maria 



Berry, Thomas Patrick 
Beutner, Karl Reinhard 
Blood, Raymond Gregg, Jr. 
Boettger, Alfred Oscar 
Boyd, Paul Fisher 
Boyer, Robert Sampson 



Brobyn, Charles Wilmer 
Brzoza, Joseph John Francis 
Calesnick, Benjamin 
Calvanese, Nicholas Albert 
Castagna, Armand 
Cohen, Albert Allan 



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SDFHDMDRE CLASS 



Cooper, Albert Francis 

Corder, Vernon Woodward 

Cove, Robert Dean 

Cressman, Paul Gerhardt, Jr. 

D'Auria, Thomas Mario 

Davis, Edgar Cross, Jr. 

De Antonio, Carlo Peter 

De Bartolomeis, Italo Raphael M 

De Cruz, Julio Medina 

Derrico, Nicholas Angelo 

De Vito, Alfred Thomas 

Dirr, John Paul 

Drewcrv, Robert Elmer 

Drexler, Leonard Allen 

Duey, John Oliver 

Eckroth, Richard Nathanael 

Elwcll, William Joseph, II 

Engel, Walter Celdo 

Ennis, Gordon John 

Esgro, Philip 

Evans, Joseph Bernard 

Fedullo, Anthony Joseph 

Fine, Sidney 

Flinkman, Leonard 

Fortner, Donald Eugene 

Foulk, Morris, Jr. 

Fritz, Curtis Critcs 

Galamaga, Peter 

Gambescia, Joseph Marion D. 

Gambone, Victor Emmanuel 

Giocondo, Jean Angela 

Gleason, Edwin Arthur 



Goldstein, Joseph Richard 
Gonzalez-Ouinones, Luisa Maria 
Graub, Milton 
Griffin, John Alexander 
Groth, George William 
Guito, Francis James 
Hammond, Vincent Grant 
Ingersoll, Charles Jarcd 
Kane, James Aloysius 
Kara, Gerald Berj 
Kasinskas, William Anthony 
Kcmezis, Vito John 
Lee, Leslie Ying 
Leedom, John Francis, Jr. 
Levis, William Russell, Jr. 
Lichtcnstein, Irving Lester 
Makel, Harry Philip 
Maniglia, Angelo John 
Martucci, John James 
Marucci, Horace Daniel 
Mason, Daniel 
McCarty, Frederick Hocfncr 
McCutcheon, Charles Thomas 
McDonald, John Joseph, Jr. 
McNeill, John Rcid 
Mereoghano, Anthony 
Michaile, Kenneth Isadorc 
Migliori, Angelo John 
Milkie, Frederick Edward 
Minck, Peter, Jr. 
Musser, Benjamin Garbcr 



Niemiera, Alexander Konstanty 
Onorato, Anna Theresa 
Pariscr, Harold Philip 
Parker, Edward Augustus, III 
Pigozzi, William Norman 
Poludniak, Bertram 
Prunetti, Carmen Anthony 
Ouinones-Percira, Hector 
Raffa, Joseph Leo 
Rommcr, Thomas Caiman 
Rosenberg, Allan Julius 
Roscnstein, Gladys 
Rozanski, Stanley John 
Salines, Dominic John 
Samolis, Joseph George 
Schlossman, Jesse Edward 
Scudcsc, Alphonse Vincent 
Shuttlcworth, John Elmer Samuel 
Siegcl, Alvin 

Soudcr, Francis Rittcnhouse 
Thomas, George Pryor, Jr. 
Tomlinson, John Lewis 
Torres-Oliver, Luis Jose 
Troyan, Beatrice Phyllis 
Troyen, Harry 
Truter, Carl William, Jr. 
Wagner, Phyllis Katharine 
Weinberg, Seymour Paul 
Winner, Laura Evelyn Hill 
Witman, H. John, Jr. 
Yamula, Stanley Joseph 
Za) don, Thomas John 



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FRESHMAN CLASS 



OFFICERS 



President Richard M. Steinhilber 

Vice-President Charles H. Kistler, Jr. 

Secretary Lucy A. La Salvia 

Treasurer C. Louis Marino 

Student Council Representative Emerich Ehrlich, Jr. 



Acosta-Acosta, Andres Alejandro 
Arnold, Raymond Charles 
Arsuaga-Roure, Rafael Enrique 
Aymar, Dorothy Louise 
Bacorn, Robert Wilson 
Ball, Alton Jacob 
Ballien, Theodore August 
Ballouz, Joseph Marcel 
Beardsley, John Frederick 
Benford, David Monae, Jr. 



FRESHMAN CLASS 

Birmingham, William Edgar 
Bolster, Richard Hawks, II 
Brecher, Eugene 
Brignola, Michael Peter 
Brown, Elizabeth Blair 
Buhrman, Charles Meade 
Burak, Robert Francis 
Burns, Robert Francis, Jr. 
Capobianco, Frank Michael 
Caporale, Catherine Josephine 



Ciordia-Davila, Honorico 
Colombo, Thomas Michael 
Conwell, Quentin Roosevelt 
Coons, Robert Newton 
Cozzarelli, James Joseph 
Creasy, John Clarence, Jr. 
Cretella, Thomas Serafino 
Dauphin, Rex 

Deitz, George Washington, III 
Dietrich, Herbert James, Jr. 



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FRESHMAN CLASS 



Di Salvo, Philip Anthony 
Doncaster, Richard Miller 
Dondero, Lawrence John Francis 
Dorsen, Robert Bernard Gorman 
Dugan, Robert Rutherford 
Duncan, William Stevenson 
Dunsmore, Richard Alexander 
Ehrlich, Emerich, Jr. 
Eldracher, John Gilmore 
Ellis, James Buckingham 
Ellis, Richard George 
Epstein, Nathan 
Erba, Salvator Michael 
Fineman, Gilbert 
Finn, Edward John 
Fischer, Carl Rudolph, Jr. 
Fornasier, Mario Eugene 
Foster, Herman Wils 
Freed, Albert Sargent, Jr. 
Friedman, Daniel David 
Garlock, Robert Munro 
Gettings, Thomas Herman 
Giannini, Margaret Joan 
Goldenrath, Walter Lewis 
Gonzalez-Correa, Rafael Angel 
Grancey, Robert John 
Greco, Joseph Francis 
Greenberg, Marvin Samuel 
Greene, Robert Francis James 
Grey, John Joseph 
Hahn, Eugene Albert 
Hanna, Arthur Jacob 
Harco, Clarence Edwin 
Hathaway, Albert Earl 
Heck, Rolfe Allan 
Heyl, Frank Edward, Jr. 
Hickey, Joseph Paul 
Higgins, Donald Jack 
Hobbs, John Duncan 
Hutchinson, Harry Francis 
Jaksch, Mary Gloria 
Jeffers, William Wallace 



Jehl, Wilbur Frederick 
Jensen, Sara Gene Braddock 
Karwanski, Chester Lawrence M 
Kazanjian, Norton Arten 
Kelley, Charles Delos 
King, Elmer Gail 
Kistler, Charles Harold, Jr. 
Klingbeil, Jerome Roy 
Knowles, Clyde Murrell, Jr. 
Kunan, Richard Ernest 
Kutz, Eugene Robert 
Labowskie, Eugene Michael 
Laird, Dean MacGregor 
Lancaster, Mahlon Boyd 
Lapinsohn, Leonard 
La Salvia, Lucy Anne 
Lau, Johnson Nung Charn 
Lindau, Warren 
Linsey, Ralph Morris 
London, Carl Bezaleel 
Mandarino, Michael Pascol 
Manno, Bruno Vincent 
Marino, Clement Louis 
Masucci, Elmo Francis Richard 
Mathews, Hugh Thomas Jos., Jr. 
Matthews, Ephraim Donald 
Mayer, Herbert Boris 
Melody, John Dominic Leo 
Metcalf, DeForest Wayne 
Miller, Robert Victor, Jr. 
Miller, Zane Edward 
Mintz, Julius 

Montalvo-Cordero, Jose H. 
Morgenbesser, Lawrence John 
Mullen, Charles James 
Musick, William James, Jr. 
Nagle, Frank Orthmer, Jr. 
Ohanesian, Jacob Harry 
Olson, Robert Alvin 
Orloff , Theodore Leonard 
Ostrum, Maxine Sylvia 
Penly, Richard Sewell 



Peters, Marie Patricia 
Phillips, Ralph Sutton 
Pickering, Harold Clifford 
Planer, Charles Kirby 
Podkul, Theodore Bernard 
Powell, Edwin Joseph 
Preis, Edwin Ernest 
Putkoski, Edward Paul 
Rafes, Earl Hunter 
Rev, Feliciano Farez 
Robinson, Donald Herbert 
Robinson, Robert James 
Rotondi, Leonard John 
Ryan, Lawrence Webster Fox 
Scornavacchi, Joseph Mario 
Shepard, Allen Samuel 
Smith, Henry Ainsworth, Jr. 
Sommer, Julius John George 
Southwick, William Warren, Jr. 
Spielman, Norma 
Squillace, Joseph Constantine 
Starr, Robert Walter, III 
Steinberg, Lester Allen 
Steinhilber, Richard Miller 
Stone, Richard Lowell 
Storer, John 
Svedberg, Arthur Harvy 
Terzian, Aram Stephan 
Torney, John Gordon 
Trout, Ernest Earl 
Turner, Joseph Ellis, Jr. 
Visalli, Joseph Anthony 
Vlachos, Vasilios Apostle 
Wahl, John Carl, Jr. 
Walker, Charles, Jr. 
Walters, William Henry 
Ward, Edward Joseph 
Warden, Alexander Lee 
Wildblood, Ham' Molincaux 
Williams, George Kilmer 
Williams, Reddoch Evans, Jr. 
Woodmansee, Robert Dean 



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William M. Cooper 
John M. Duffy, jr. 
Paul L. Flynn 
Max R. Goldstein 
Louis E. Hanna 
Albert L. Hunter, Jr. 
Harry D. McAvoy 
William J. McHugh, Jr 
Raymond A. Morris 
Foster E. Murphy 



SOPHOMORES 

Americo L. Barreiro 
John O. Duey 
William J. Elwell, II 
Peter Minck, Jr. 
William N. Pigozzi 



REIMANN ONCOLOGICAL SOCIETY 

PRESIDENT John M. Duffv, Jr. 

TREASURER Larry J. Rendin 

SPONSOR Dr. Stanley P. Reimann 

JUNIORS 

Harrison E. Curtis 
John C. Kerst 
Daniel W. Kirkpatrick 
John A. Petkus 
Francis J. E. Preis 
Larry J. Rendin 
Leo H. Simoson 
Joseph B. Teater 
Eugene N. Wright 

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LANE MEDICAL SOCIETY 



CHAIRMAN Oscar N. Rambo 

CO-CHAIRMAN William C. F. Howrie, Jr. 

TREASURER Paul L. Flvnn 

SPONSOR Dr. Lowell L. Lane 



William A. Byrne 
Edwin M. Colin 
Arthur B. Coltman 
Frank A. De Dominicis 
John M. Duffy, Jr. 
Paul L. Flynn 
John F. Fitzpatrick 
Frank J. Frosch 
Max R. Goldstein 
Louis E. Hanna 
Ernest H. Heydt, Jr. 
Harry P. Hoffman 
William C. F. Howrie, Jr. 
Albert L. Hunter, Jr. 
Mario J. Mancinelli 
Vladimir Mohnach 
Nicholas J. A. Policarpo 
Oscar N. Rambo 
William R. Sollami 
George W. Wilson 



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IIOLLIS 

UNDERGRADUATE 
SOCIETY OF 
OTOLARYNGOLOGY 



PRESIDENT Ian D. Murph\ 

SPONSOR .Dr. Charles B. Holli's 



MEMBERS 



John D. Bolton 
William A. Byrne 
Edward F. Carter, Jr. 
William M. Cooper 
Kenneth M. Delafrange 
Wesley B. Fox 
Paul J. G. Grotzinger 
Jorge A. HereterAlvarez 
Frederick H. Knox, Jr. 
Joseph J. Leskin 
Jose F. Martinez-Funes 
Franklin C. Massey 
Vladimir Mohnach 
Raymond A. Morris 
Felix J. Muchlado 
Ian D. Murphy 
Edward J. Novak 
Roberts. Oyer 
Jesse E. Schmick 
Nicholas A. Sholler 
Anibal Vazquez- Velez 
Arthur W. von Deilen 



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PRESIDENT 

John H. Hcge 

SECRETARY-TREASURER 
Hiram Vazquez-Milan 

SPONSOR 

Dr. Garth W. Boericke 

MEMBERS 



SENIORS AruthurB.Coltman 

Rembrandt H. Dunsmore 
Toshio Ezaki 
Wesley B. Fox 
Willis E. Hammond 
John H. Hege 
Charles J. Helv, Jr. 
Ernest H. Heydt, Jr. 
Martin B. Kassell 
John E. Kram 
Jose F. Martinez-Funes 
Ralph H. Meng 
Ian D. Murphy 
Roberts. Oyer 
Hiram Vazquez-Milan 

JUNIORS Paul L.Carney 
Oscar Corn 
Walter S. Darby 
Mitchell L. Dratman 
William B. Habcrman 
Lawrence F. Jablonski, Jr. 
Albert L. Lagerquist 
Leo H. Simoson 
Malcolm Tucker Wasley 
Roland E. Weitzel 
Jack L. Whitaker 
Albert E. White 



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VICE-PRESIDENT John M. Duffy, Jr. 

SECRETARY-TREASURER Frank E. McClimans 

SPONSOR Dr. John L. Redman 

SENIORS 

Frank A. De Dominicis Kermit K. Kistler 

John M. Duffy, Jr. Harry L. Krieger 

Toshio Ezaki Edward S. Kumkumian 

Willis E. Hammond Alfred R. Lapin 

John H. Hege Elmer C. Laudenslager 
Ivan W. Hess 

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Robert H.Leeper 
Jose F. Martinez-Funes 
Frank E. McClimans 
William J. McHugh, Jr. 
Vladimir Mohnach 
Foster E. Murphy 
Edward J. Novak 
Robert S. Oyer 
Jesse E. Schmick 
Vitol S. Shepard 
Hiram Vazquez-Milan 





SOCIETY OF INTERNAL MEDICINE 




SENIORS 
John H. Atkins 
Edward F. Carter, Jr. 
William M. Cooper 
Kenneth M. Delafrange 
Toshio Ezaki 
Herman Fischer 
Frank J. Frosch 
William f. Grasley 
Charles J. Hely, Jr. 
Paul G. Hess 



PRESIDENT John H. Atkins 

SECRETARY-TREASURER Paul G. Hess 



Albert J. Klem 
Frank E. McClimans 
Thomas L. Soss 

JUNIORS 
Louis P. Baylor 
Walter R. Edwards 
John B. Fuhrmann 
Lewis C. Hitchner, Jr. 



Daniel W. Kirkpatrick 
Alexander Lieberman, Jr. 
Louis G. McAfoos, Jr. 
Thomas E. Nettles 
Richard S. Oakcy, Jr. 
William T. O'Brien, Jr. 
Larry J. Rcndin 
James A. Snvdcr 
Gerard A. Woelfcl 



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MEDICAL SCIENCES SOCIETY 



MEMBERS 



PRESIDENT Frederick H. Knox 

VICE-PRESIDENT Richard S. Oakey, Jr. 

SECRETARY-TREASURER Morse A. Shepard 

SPONSOR Dr. Joseph S. Hepburn 



SENIORS 
Frank A. De Dominicis 
Ivan W. Hess 
Paul G. Hess 
Frederick H. Knox 
Franklin C. Massey 
William A. Van Saun 

JUNIORS 
George H. Shields 
Robert P. Gouldin 
Robert L. Hall 
James P. Landay 
Donald F. Mayer 



Louis G. McAfoos, Jr. 
Richard S. Oakey, Jr. 
Joseph H. Watson 
Morse A. Shepard 
Jerome Weiss 

SOPHOMORES 
Paul F. Boyd 
Benjamin Calesnick 
Albert A. Cohen 
George W. Groth 
Gerald B. Kara 
Harry P. Makel 



Thomas McCutcheon 
Benjamin G. Musser 
Gladys Rosenstein 
Jesse E. Schlossman 
Francis R. Souder 



FRESHMEN 
Elizabeth B. Brown 
David M. Benford, Jr. 
Richard M. Steinhilber 
Frank O. Nagle, Jr. 
Maxine S. Ostrum 



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NEWMAN CLUB 



PRESIDENT William A. Byrne 

VICE-PRESIDENT Albert J. Zogbv 

SECRETARY Francis J. Uzmann, Jr. 

TREASURER John E. Kram 



MEMBERS 



SENIORS 

William A. Byrne 
John M. Duffy, Jr. 
Charles J. Hely, Jr. 
JohnE. Kram 
Jose F. Martinez-Funes 
William R. Sollami 
Hiram Vazquez-Milan 
Anibal Vazquez- Velez 
Albert J. Zogby 



JUNIORS 

Joseph B. Teater 
Francis J. Uzmann, Jr. 

SOPHOMORES 

Manuel F. Alsina, Jr. 
Americo L. Barreiro 
John P. Dirr 
William J. Elwell, II 
Charles J. Ingersoll 



FRESHMEN 

Rafael E. Arsuaga-Rourc 
Dorothy L. Avmar 
Catherine J. Caporale 
Enrico Ciorcha-Davila 
Thomas M. Colombo 
Quentin R. Conwell 
Margaret J. Giannini 
Joseph P. Mickey 
Mary G. Jaksch 
Eugene R. Kutz 
Michael P. Mandarino 
John D. L. Melody 
Jose Montalvo-Cordero 



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When a diagnosis has been reached, all 
of the symptoms and signs must be com- 
patible with it; otherwise, the chances are 
that it is incorrect. 

When there is an apparent conflict be- 
tween the subjective and objective symp- 
toms, the latter have greater weight in point- 
ing to the diagnosis. 

A diagnosis of a single disease is more 
likely to be correct than a diagnosis of more 
than one disease, provided that it suffices 
to explain all the symptoms and signs 
present. 

When two diseases are possibilities, with 
apparently equal evidence in favor of each, 
the chances favor the commoner of the two. 

Diagnoses reached by exclusion are dan- 
gerous and are apt to be incorrect. 

Do not change a diagnosis reached after 
careful consideration without very cogent 
reasons. 

George Blumer. 

When in doubt about a diagnosis, go 
back over the history. 

Maurice Richardson. 

No diagnosis based on clinical evidence 
need be changed, or should be changed, 
merely because it is not supported by labora- 
tory findings. 

WlNTHROP WETHERBEE, Jr. 

A good physician is one who uses the 
least number of laboratory procedures to 
arrive at the correct conclusion. Nowadays 
"putting the patient through the mill" is 
not infrequently confused with thorough- 
ness. 

Soma Weiss. 



Correct diagnosis depends upon what 
enters the doctor's head as possible, and 
on what his head does to sift the possibilities 
after they have entered it, as well as on 
the recognition of signs by physical exami- 
nation. To throw open the mind's door 
and allow all disease to enter into con- 
sideration each time that we are called to 
a bedside is foolish in the attempt, and 
impossible in the performance. Each case 
should lead us to arrange before the mind's 
eye a selected group of reasonable probable 
causes for the symptoms complained of and 
for the signs discovered. What we select 
should depend upon the clues furnished 
us by the patient himself, or by the lesults 
of our own examination. 

Richard Cabot. 

Medicine is to be learned only by expe- 
rience; 'tis not an inheritance; it cannot be 
revealed. Learn to see, learn to hear, learn 
to feel, learn to smell, and know that by 
practice alone can you become expert. 

William Osler. 

Diagnosis is, then, a summary of the 
probabilities in a medical situation. View- 
ing the entire field, it takes into considera- 
tion as much of etiology, pathology, morbid 
physiology, emotional and behavior reac- 
tions, prognostic indications, and thera- 
peutic possibility as it reasonably can. 

W. R. Houston. 

In medicine, even more than in surgery, 
diagnosis demands a sufficiency of facts, 
truthfully recorded, intelligently sifted, and 
viewed without bias or prejudgment. 

Charles L. Greene. 



DIAGNOSTIC HINTS 







The principal duty of the vast majority 
of physicians is the treatment of disease. 
Accurate diagnosis is, and will continue to 
be, the key to intelligent therapy. The ac- 
celerated pace of the advancement in medi- 
cal science during recent years renders the 
necessity for careful diagnosis more vital 
than ever, as recognizable disease entities 
become more numerous and mere symptom 
complexes of undetermined etiology de- 
crease in frequency. 

Diagnosis must consist of much more 
than the mere labeling of disease if it is to 
be of appreciable aid to prognosis and treat- 
ment; it should embody, whenever possible, 
clinical, physiological, anatomical and etio- 
logical components. Although there are 
still many gaps to be filled, present-day 
medical knowledge is such that at least 



several of these components may be supplied 
in a considerable group of diseases. 

The science and art of diagnosis must be 
based on more than mere generalizations 
which often have a tendency to be rather 
superficial in character. Clinical dicta, 
maxims or axioms applying to specific dis- 
eases arc modified to some extent bv a 
variety of factors such as the locale, the 
type of patient and the scope of practice 
encountered by the individual physician. 
From the accumulated experience of dis- 
cerning clinicians, however, a number of 
basic diagnostic principles have evolved. An 
attempt has been made to collect and set 
forth a few of these fundamental rules or 
principles, which appear to have a rather 
general application and may act as signposts 
along the road to a logical diagnostic con- 
clusion. 



ALUMNI ASSOCIATION 

OFFICERS 1942-43 

President C. Harold Kistler, '18 

1st Vice-President N. Volney Ludwick, '26 

2nd Vice-President Thomas L. Doyle, '16 

3rd Vice-President William L. Martin, '15 

Treasurer Richard W. Larer, '98 

Executive Secretary Carl C. Fischer, '28 

TRUSTEES 
William D. Culin, '94, Honorary Chairman 
Charles B. Hollis, '12, Chairman 
Edward W. Campbell, '24 Wayne T. Killian, '06 

James M. Godfrey, '04 Newlin F. Paxson, '19 

John E. James, Jr., '02 Joseph W. Post, '09 

E. Roland Snader, Jr., '21 



To our Newest Members: 

To the class of 1943 goes the unique distinction of being the 
first class to have left Hahnemann in less than four years in the 
past half century— and yet to have had as complete a course as 
any class during this period. Welcoming its members to their 
ranks, the 2500 other Hahnemann alumni take pride in these, 
their newest brothers— and hope that the rush and bustle of the 
past few years of the accelerated program have not prevented the 
development of a fondness for, and loyalty to Hahnemann that 
their more leisurely predecessors possess. 

Come what may in the troubled years to come, your Alumni 
Association will do its best to stand firm as a central bond between 
the individual alumnus and our Alma Mater, that the mutual 
interest of all may be best served. 

With all best wishes now and in the years to come, 
Most sincerely yours, 

Executive Secretary. 




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PRESIDENT William M. Cooper 

VICE-PRESIDENT Lam J. Rendin 

TREASURER William R. Sollami 

SECRETARY John P. Schaffner, Jr. 



SENIORS 

William A. Byrne 
Edward F. Carter, Jr. 
Donald C. Conrad 
William M. Cooper 
William J. Fedatk 
Robert F. Gibbons 
Robert J. Golden 
William C. Grasley 
Albert J. Klem 
Frank E. McClimans 
William J. McHugh, Jr. 
Vladimir Mohnach 
Robert S. Oyer 
Jesse E. Schmick 
William R. Sollami 
John A. Stewart 
Arthur W. von Deilen 
William L. Wagener 
Fullcrton B. H. Wells 



JUNIORS 

Louis P. Baylor 
Harrison E. Curtis 
Walter S. Darby 
Stephen E. Dunlap, Jr. 
Robert F. Erhard 
Lawrence F. Jablonski 
Ivan D. Junk 
Richard S. Oakey, Jr. 
Joseph P. Ostrowski 
Francis J. E. Preis 
Larry J. Rendin 
John P. Schaffner, Jr. 
Thomas A. Schroth 
Claude C. Sullivan, Jr. 
Eugene N. Wright 

SOPHOMORES 

William J. Elwell 
Gordon J. Ennis 
Donald E. Fortner 



James A. Kane 
John F. Leedom, Jr. 
Edward A. Parker, 3rd 
William N. Pigozzi 
George P. Thomas 

FRESHMEN 

Joseph M. Ballouz 
Robert F. Burns 
Robert F. Greene 
Eugene A. Hahn 
Clarence E. Harco 
Frank E. Heyl 
Norton A. Kazanjian 
Elmer G. King 
Richard E. Kunan 
Michael P. Mandarino 
Clement L. Marino 
John D. Melody 
Lawrence W. Ryan 
Earl E. Trout 
Harry M. Wildblood 



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Alpha Sigma Fraternitj had its origination as the Alpha 
Chapter in the New York Homeopathic Medical College in 1893 
where it flourished until 1938. In the year 1897, the Beta Chapter 
was organized at this college. Soon after, a number of other chap- 
ters were organized, and Alpha Sigma was well represented in at 
least fourteen other medical schools. Most of these became non- 
existent when medical education became standardized and regu- 
lated bv the American Medical Association. 



Garth W. Boericke 
Lester L. Bower 
William Buck 
E. W. Campbell 
Joseph V. F. Clay 
Joseph V. F. Clay, Jr. 
James H. Clossen, 3rd 
Earl B. Craig 
Henry L. Crowther 
Pasqnalc Damiani 
Thomas F. Doyle 
Harry Evans, Jr. 
D. R. Ferguson 
Gerald P. Fincke 
John K. Finlcy 
II. Russell Fisher 



FRATERS IN FACULTATE 

Charles D. Fox 
Edwin O. Geckler 
George D. Geckler 
James M. Godfrey 
Carroll F. Haines 
Martin F. Hayes 
Edmund C. Hessert 
N. Fulmer Hoffman 
Charles B. Hollis 
Donald T. Jones 
Wa/ne T. Killian 
Richard W. Larer 
N. Volney Ludwick 
Russell S. Magcc 
Russell D. Mattern 
Raymond Mayor 



Joseph McEldowney 
Frank O. Nagle 
George R. Xeff 
Newlin F. Paxson 
John II. Reading 
Charles W. Riegcr 
Henry S. Ruth 
James D. Schofield 
E. Roland Snader 
H. Earle Twining 
Everett A. Tyler 
Edward P. Van Tine 
Thomas J. Yischcr 
Arthur \Y. Waddington 
Harrv S. Weaver 
A. B. Webster 



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OFFICERS 

Theodore Norley TREASURER Robert H. Leeper 

. W. Otis Duck SECRETARY Louis G. McAfoos, Jr. 



SENIORS 

Morris B. Clark 
W. Otis Duck 
Rembrandt H. Dunsmore 
Wesley B. Fox 
Frank J. Frosch, Jr. 
G. Richard Hamilton 
Ernest H. Hevdt, Jr. 
Robert J. Hill 
Harry P. Hoffman 
George S. Hulick 
Frederick H. Knox, Jr. 
Robert H. Leeper 
Ralph H. Meng 
Theodore Norley 
Carl J. Records 
William D. Scott 
Henry A. Shields 
William Toth 
George W. Wilson 



JUNIORS 

Frank H. Gerard 
Robert P. Gould in 
William B. Haberman 
Robert L. Hall 
Lewis C. Hitehner, Jr. 

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MEMBERS 

D. Wilkins Kirkpatrick 
A. Lloyd Lagerquist 
Mark R. Leadbetter 
Donald F. Mayer 
Louis G. McAfoos, Jr. 
Lewis V. Morrill, Jr. 
John Pfromm 
Leo H. Simoson 
Gerald W. Snyder 
Roland E. Weitzel 
Albert E. White 



SOPHOMORES 

Edgar C. Davis 
Robert E. Drewery 
John O. Duey 
Curtis A. Fritz 
John A. Griffin 
W. R. Levis 
John P. McNeill 
Charles T. McCutcheon 
Peter Minck, Jr. 
John Shuttleworth 
Francis R. Souder 
Carl Truter 
H. John Whitman 



FRESHMEN 
John F. Beardsley 
David M. Benford 
Charles M. Buhrman 
R. Newton Coons 
John C. Creasy, Jr. 
Lawrence J. Dondero 
Robert R. Dugan 
William S. Duncan 
Richard A. Dunsmore 
James B. Ellis 
Richard G. Ellis 
Carl R. Fischer, Jr. 
Albert S. Freed 
Robert Grancey 
John J. Grey 
Rolfe A. Heck 
Harrv F. Hutchinson 
G. Harold Kistler 
Hugh J. Mathews, Jr. 
William J. Musick 
Frank O. Nagle, Jr. 
William W. Southwick 
Richard M. Steinhilber 
Richard L. Stone 
John Storer 
John G. Tornev 
JohnGWahl'jr. 
Charles Walker, Jr. 

ALPHA 



One of the oldest of existing national medical fraternities. 
Phi Alpha Gamma was founded March 25, 1894, at the New York 
Medical College. In 1895 the organization secured a national 
charter. 

This year marks the forty-sixth anniversary of the Gamma 
Chapter which was chartered at the Hahnemann Medical College 
by the national organization in January of 1897. 



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Horst A. Agerty 
O. F. Barthmaier 
Michael J. Bennett 
Paul J. Burkett 
J. Antrim Crellin 
Henry L. Crowther 
John H. Davie 
H. Franklin Flanagan 
Carl C. Fischer 
Richard R. Gates 
Russell D. Geary 
Theodore C. Geary 
J. Rawlins Ginther 



Arthur J. Hartley- 


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Robert J. McNeill. Jr. 


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Warren S. Hoenstine 


Albert Mutch 




John E. James 


David Northrop 




J. Miller Kenworthv 


Desidcrio Roman 




Paul M. Kistler 


S. W. Sappington 




Warren S. Kistler 


James Seligman 




Henry D. Laffertv 


Alfred R. Scraphin 




Lowell L. Lane 


E. Dallet Sharpless 




Jacob H. Lehman 


C. L. Shollcnbergcr 




Bruce V. MacFadyen 


Walter J. Snyder 




John II . McCutcheon 


E. A. Stcinhilber 




William L.Martin 


William A. Svlvis 




George H. McKcown 


Peter J. Warter 





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OFFICERS 

CONSUL Edwin M. Cohn 

VICE-CONSUL Herman D. Staples 

SENATOR Richard Berman 

SCRIBE Justin Rubin 

CHANCELLOR Morse Shepard 

HISTORIAN Irvin Liechtenstein 

MARSHALS JKenneth I. Michaile 

j Harry Troyen 

MEMBERS 



SENIORS 

Richard Berman 
Morton R. Coane 
Edwin M. Cohn 
Arthur B. Coltman 
Herman Fischer 
Max R. Goldstein 
Martin B. Kassell 
Arthur Lipschutz 
Herman D. Rudnick 
Herman D. Staples 

JUNIORS 

Raymond Corenzwit 
Oscar Corn 



Mitchell L. Dratman 
James P. Landay 
Alexander Leiberman, Jr. 
Justin Rubin 
Morse Shepard 
Meyer Sonis 
Irvin Sussman 
Jerome Weiss 

SOPHOMORES 

Benjamin Calesnick 
Albert A. Cohen 
Leonard Drexler 
Sidney Fine 
Leonard Flinkman 



Joseph R. Goldstein 
Irvin Lichtenstein 
Kenneth I. Michaile 
Alvin Siegel 
Harry Troyen 
Seymour Weinberg 

FRESHMEN 

Nathan Epstein 
Warren Lindau 
Ralph Linsey 
Herbert B.Mayer 
Theodore Orloff 
Earl H. Rafes 
Lester A. Steinberg 



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The Phi Delta Epsilon Medical Fraternity was founded 
October 13, 1904, at the Cornell University School of Medicine. 
Its aim, then as now, was to bring about a greater solidarity among 
medical men by promoting social and scientific endeavor while 
at school and after graduation. As time went on, more and more 
chapters were founded at the various medical schools throughout 
the country and Canada and the fraternity grew in strength, both 
in numbers and spirit. 

The Hahnemann Chapter (Beta Zeta ) of the Phi Delta 
Epsilon Fraternity, when organized March 8, 1929, consisted of 
only 10 men. In selecting new members, a high scholastic record 
and personal attributes play a leading role. Meetings are held 
every month and invariably include a discussion of some phase 
of medical science. In short, medicine and its mastery is one of 
the foremost goals of our endeavor. 

Yet, the saying "all work and no play makes for a dull day" 
has not been forgotten. Several large dances and many social 
gatherings arc held throughout the year. These are often planned 
in conjunction with the other three chapters in the city, and the 
Graduate Club. 

The year 19.43 finds Phi Delta Epsilon fully confident of the 
future in spite of the drums of war. Its chapters in the various 
medical schools now number 59. In addition to the undergraduate 
chapters, there arc 20 Graduate Clubs scattered throughout the 
nation, and these serve as a link in carrying on the bonds of 
friendship and medical effort started in student days. Today, in 
a period of strife and war, our members throughout the nation are 
enrolled in the medical services of all our military establishments. 
All are anxious and are striving to do their share in our country's 
call to duty. 

The future is bright. Our nation will succeed. To those mem- 
bers of the Fraternity, let them always be guided by their motto, 
"FACTA NON VERBA" (Deeds, not words). 



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OFFICERS 

ENCEPHALON Nicholas A. Policarpo 

MEDULLA OBLONGATA . .Kermit K. Kistler 
CALAMUS SCRIPTORIUS . . .Barrie M. Kato 

OPTIC THALAMUS Alfred O. Boettger 

TORCULAR HEROPHILI Toshio Ezaki 



SENIORS 
Rudolph H. Beckert 
Toshio Ezaki 
Jorge A. Hereter 
Paul B. Jarrett 
Kermit K. Kistler 
Nicholas A. Policarpo 
Auibal Vazquez- Velez 
Albert J. Zogby 

JUNIORS 
John B. Fuhrmann 
Roy C. Jack 
Barrie M. Kato 
John C. Kerst 



MEMBERS 

George B. Laubach 
Pomeroy E. Polevoy 
John Ursin 

SOPHOMORES 

Manuel F. Alsina 
Frank T. Anderko 
Americo L. Barreiro 
Raymond G. Blood 
Alfred O. Boettger 
Charles W. Brobyn 
Joseph J. Brzoza 
Armand Castagna 
Albert F. Cooper 
Julio M. De Cruz 
Joseph M. Gambescia 



Alexander K. Niemiera 
Hector Quinones-Pereira 
Joseph G. Samolis 
Luis Torres-Oliver 
Stanley J. Yamula 
Thomas J. Zaydon 

FRESHMEN 
Honorico Ciordia-Davila 
Quentin R. Conwell 
John G. Eldracher 
Mario E. Fornasier 
Eugene M. Labowskie 
Ralph S. Phillips 
Edward P. Putkoski 
Joseph E. Turner 



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UPSIL 



Vertebra Ouarta of the Pi Upsilon Rho is celebrating its forty-second active 
year at Hahnemann Medical College. Pi Upsilon Rho was secretly organized as the 
Ustion Society in 1876 at the University of Chicago and is the oldest national 
medical fraternity in the country, a national charter being secured in 1901. 

Service to humanity through medicine and a cultivation of fraternal and social 
fellowship are the principles to which Pi Upsilon Rho is dedicated. Many of the 
alumni of the Vertebra Ouarta of Pi Upsilon Rho have achieved these goals and 
their accomplishments serve as an inspiration. 



Warren C. Mercer 
Gustave A. Van Lennep 
Harry M. Eberhard 
Leon T. Ashcraft 
G. Harlan Wells 
Thomas W. Phillips 
Grant O. Favorite 
Ralph Bernstein 
Jacob W. Frank 
Thomas M. Snyder 
Melville A. Goldsmith 
Joseph R. Criswell 
John A. Borneman 
Henry I. Klopp 
Joseph S. Hepburn 



FACULTY MEMBERS 

Paul C. Wittman 
Desiderio Roman 
George Lorentz, Jr. 
Alfred E. Krick 
Rowland Ricketts 
Hunter S. Cook 
Everett H. Dickinson 
William B. Griggs 
Harry F. Hoffman 
Jules J. Klain 
Eugene F. Carpenter 
Harry P. Landis 
Paul A. Metzger 
Raymond E. Seidel 
J. Arthur Horneff 



William G. Schmidt 
Dunne W. Kirby 
L. Thomas Sooy 
Charles E. Lawson 
Robert A. Hibbs 
Robert M. Hunter 
Francis M. James 
Leander P. Tori 
Henry G. Blessing 
George J. Rilling 
Walter E. Kepler 
Alfred J. Catenacci 
M. F. Andovchak 
Andrew Doering 



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SUPERIOR S. Louis Balm 

CHANCELLOR Harry L. Krieger 

TREASURER Harris S. Gerber 

SCRIBE Joseph R. Skyer 



SENIORS 

S. Louis Balin 
Harry L. Krieger 
Joseph R. Skyer 

JUNIORS 

Oscar Dosovitz 



MEMBERS 

Harris S. Gerber 
Robert H. Null 
Joseph Sataloff 

SOPHOMORES 

Joseph B. Evans 
Milton Graub 
Daniel Mason 
Allan J. Rosenberg 



FRESHMEN 

Eugene Brecker 
Daniel D. Friedman 
Marvin S. Greenberg 
Leonard Lapiusohn 
Carl B. London 
Julius Mintz 
Edwin J. Powell 




The Phi Lambda Kappa Fraternity at the Hahnemann Medi- 
cal College is the Alpha Beta Chapter. This chapter was organ- 
ized in 1926 by Dr. William Klinman who is at present actively 
engaged on the medical staff at Hahnemann. 

Other "Phi Lam" men who are members of the faculty are 
Drs. Almes, Bishow, Fiterman, Lipsitz, Messey, Silverman and 
Weinstock. These men have been contributing their services in 
the Medical, Therapeutic, Gastro-Entcrological, Gcnito-Urinary 
and Orthopedics departments. 

Active in the "Fight for Yictorv" are Captains Messey and 
Fiterman as well as our more recent graduates who are serving in 
the Army, Navy and Air Corps. 

PHI LAMBDA KAPPA 



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OFFICERS 

PRESIDENT Frank A. Dc Dominicis 

VICE-PRESIDENT John Lcpore 

SECRETARY Horace D. Marucci 

TREASURER Mario J. Mancinelli 

CORR. SECRETARY . . .Nicholas A. Calvanese 
HISTORIAN Edward C. Zaino 



SENIORS 
Frank A. De Dominicis 
Victor F. Grieco 
John Lepore 
Mario J. Mancinelli 
Peter A. Petrone 

JUNIORS 
Alfonse L. Bax 
Edward C. Zaino 

SOPHOMORES 

Eugene J. Agnone 



MEMBERS 

Nicholas A. Calvanese 
Thomas A. DAnria 
Philip Esgro 
Anthony J. Fedullo 
Victor E. Gambone 
Francis J. Guito 
Angelo J. Maniglia 
John J. Martucci 
Horace D. Marucci 
Anthony Mercogliano 



Founded in 1920 at the Cornell University Medical School, 
Lambda Phi Mu has flourished as an active medical organization 
in the Americas and in several European countries. 

The primary aim of the fraternity is to foster good fellowship 
among members of the great field of medicine, with scholastic and 
social stability as close running-mates. These aims having been 
fulfilled, attention is then directed to the broadening of the 
medical intellect by contact with men who are outstanding in 
their respective fields which arc directly or indirectly related to 
medicine. 

Bv following a regimen as has been outlined, an attempt is 
made to mold men who will coincide more eloselv with our con- 
cept of a perfect physician. 

LAMBDA PHI MU 



Carmen A. Prunetti 
Joseph L. Raffa 
Alphonse V. Scudese 

FRESHMEN 

Frank M. Capobianeo 
Thomas M. Colombo 
Philip A. Di Salvo 
Salvator M. Erba 
Bruno V. Manno 
Elmo F. R. Masucci 
Joseph M. Scornavacchi 




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OFFICERS 

PRESIDENT Stanley T. Jurewicz 

VICE-PRESIDENT John P. Szczepaniak 

SECRETARY-TREASURER, Eugene A. Wrona 
ADVISORS Drs. Domanski and Seraphin 



SENIORS 

Norbert S. Gizinski 
Carl J. Konecke 
Joseph J. Leskin 
Raymond A. Morris 
Felix J. Muchlado 
Eugene A. Wrona 



Chester L. Karwanski 



MEMBERS 
JUNIORS 

Walter S. Gan 
Lawrence F. Jablonski, Jr. 
Stanley T. Jurewicz 
Francis J. E. Preis 
John P. Szczepaniak 
Chester J. Szmal 

FRESHMEN 

Theodore B. Podkul 



SOPHOMORES 

Joseph J. F. Brzoza 
Alexander K. Nemiera 
Bertram Poludniak 
Stanley J. Rozanski 
Stanley J. Yamula 



Edward P. Putkoski 



The Pi Sigma Mu Fraternity was founded three years ago 
through the efforts of the several enthusiastic students whose 
ancestors were cultured in Poland. Thus, the organization brings 
together those of Polish extraction and thereby offers them the 
opportunity of regaining some of the elegance and grace char- 
acteristic of their forefathers. 

Emphasis is primarily placed upon medical training, the 
object being to broaden each member's knowledge of this great 
science. Uppcrclassmen are pledged to render aid to underclass- 
men who are confronted with scholastic problems. Monthly 
dinner-meetings are held to which are invited prominent phy- 
sicians who relate their many experiences concerning the practice 
of medicine. As a result of this plan, Pi Sigma Mu members are 
better prepared to establish themselves securely in society, thereby 
spreading the glory of their Alma Mater. 



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PRESIDENTE Hiram Vazquez-Milan 

VICE-PRESIDENTE 

Andres H. Montalvo-Carroll 
SECRETARIA . ..Luisa M. Gonzales-Ouinones 
TESORERO Luis }. Torres-Oliver 

VOCALES 
i. Jose F. Martinez-Funes 

2. Manuel F. Alsina 

3. Rafael E. Arsuaga-Roure 

4. Jose H. Montalvo-Cordero 



SENIORS 

Jorge A. Hereter 
Jose F. Martinez-Funes 
Ian D. Murphy 
Hiram Vazquez-Milan 
Anibal Vazquez- Velez 

JUNIORS 
Antonio E. Molina-Rivera 



MIEMBROS 
Andres H. Montalvo-Carroll 

SOPHOMORES 

Manuel F. Alsina 
Jose M. Berio-Suarez 
Julio M. DeCruz 
L. M. Gonzales-Quinones 
Hector Ouinones-Pereira 



Luis J. Torres-Oliver 

FRESHMEN 

Andres A. Aeosta-Acosta 
Rafael E. Arsnaga-Rourc 
Honorico Ciordia-Davila 
Jose H. Montalvo-Cordero 
Feliciano Farez-Rev 



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Chairman Jesse E. Schmick 



MEMBERS 



SENIORS 

Frank A. De Dominicis 
Herman Fischer 
Paul J. G. Grotzinger 
Jorge A. Hereter 
Harry L. Krieger 
Harry D. McAvoy 
Theodore Norley 
Vitol S. Shepard 

SOPHOMORES 

Paul F. Boyd 

John O. Duey 

Luisa M. Gonzales-Quinones 

Harry P. Makel 

Joseph L. Raffa 

Harry H. Troven 



JUNIORS 

William A. Ballas 
Lewis C. Hitchner, Jr. 
John B. Fuhrmann 
Robert H. Null 
Jack M. Powell 
Joseph B. Teater 
Eugene N. Wright 



FRESHMEN 

Joseph M. Ballouz 
John J. Grey 
Charles H. Kistler, Jr. 
Allen S. Shepard 



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Coach Richard Hennsey 

Manager Joseph R. Chemycz 



MEMBERS 



Louis P. Baylor— Junior 
Joseph R. Chemycz — Junior 
Oscar Dosovitz— Junior 
Lewis C. Hitchner, Jr.— Junior 
Johnson N. C. Lau— Freshman 



Frank Lipcius— Junior 
Lewis V. Morrill, Jr.— Junior 
Richard S. Oakev, Jr.— Junior 
Francis J. E. Preis— Junior 
Lawrence W. F. Rvan— Freshman 



John P. Schaffner, Jr.— Junior 



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President Arthur W. von Deilen 

Vice-President John M. Duffy, Jr. 

Secretary Willis E. Hammond 

Treasurer Victor F. Grieco 



SENIOR 
REPRESENTATIVES 

Joseph J. Leskin 
Herman Fischer 



JUNIOR 
REPRESENTATIVES 

Larry J. Rendin 
John C. Kerst 



SOPHOMORE 
REPRESENTATIVES 

Jesse E. Schlossman 
Alfred T. De Vito 



FRESHMAN 
REPRESENTATIVES 

Richard M. Steinhilber 
Emerich Ehrlich, Jr. 



REPRESENTATIVE FOR WOMEN STUDENTS 
Luisa M. Gonzalez-Quinones 



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Synopsis of the Constitution of the Student Institute of the 

Hahnemann Medical College 



Responsive to a sincere desire for a real 
democratic expression in all phases of student 
relationships— with one another, with faculty 
members and administrative officers— the Stu- 
dent Institute of the Hahnemann Medical 
College has herein set forth, within the limita- 
tions of its written constitution, its guiding 
by-laws, its regulatory measures, its obligations 
and its responsibilities. 

The meetings shall be conducted according 
to Robert's rules of order. 

The members of the institute shall consist 
of a president, a vice-president, a secretary, and 
a treasurer of the Student Institute, the presi- 
dents of the freshman, the sophomore, the 
junior, and the senior classes, a student repre- 
sentative from every class, and the president 
of the girls' club; any member being liable to 
expulsion as pointed out in the constitution. 

Every class shall elect by a majority vote of 
its personnel — a president, a vice-president, a 
secretary, a treasurer, and a Student Institute 
representative. The junior class shall, at the 
conclusion of its junior year, nominate from 
the students of the junior class candidates for 
the offices of the president, secretary, vice- 
president, and treasurer of the ruling body of 
the Student Institute. From these candidates 
the aforesaid officers shall be elected by a ma- 
jority vote of the students of all classes. The 
term of every office shall run from the first day 
of the next academic session to the last day of 
said session. 

The meetings of the Student Institute are 
to be typed and bound and passed on to the 
succeeding secretary of the body. 

Every active member whose dues shall have 
been paid in full and whose grades shall re- 
ceive the approval of the Medical Council 
shall be eligible to accept a nomination to any 
office for two consecutive years. At least two 
persons shall be nominated for every office to 
be filled. Elections of all officers shall be by 
written ballots, audited by two tellers ap- 
pointed by the president of the Student Insti- 
tute who shall then countersign the count if 



it be correct. The votes must be held for three 
days by the secretary of the Institute. 

All committees shall be appointed by the 
president unless the Student Institute orders 
otherwise. The president shall appoint the rep- 
resentative and officers of the senior Medic 
and of the annual Blue and Gold Ball com- 
mittees. The personnel of said committees, 
thus appointed by the president, shall be ap- 
proved by the Student Institute. 

The Student Institute shall request the sum 
of two dollars every school year from the cau- 
tion fee of every student for the purpose of 
discharging general and maintenance expenses. 
The Student Institute shall appropriate for the 
senior class picture every year a sum not to 
exceed $100.00. 

The body shall supervise all student activ- 
ities; pass judgment upon all class or student 
grievances; request special vacations. The body 
reserves the right to govern the activities of the 
Student Body and is answerable only to the 
Medical Council. 

The girl students shall elect two of their 
group to represent them in the capacity of 
president and secretary-treasurer. However, said 
offices shall not be held by freshmen. The 
president of the girls' group shall be a duly 
constituted member of the Student Institute. 

Every member of the Student Institute shall 
have a gold key attesting to his membership. 
Every additional year's membership in the 
Student Institute shall be represented by a 
diamond. 

Senior class members of the basketball team, 
orchestra, and the glee club who have been 
members for at least three years shall be given 
suitable keys at the end of their senior year. 
The Editor, Business Manager, and Managing 
Editor of the "Medic" shall also receive keys. 
The Student Institute shall bear the expense. 

All announcements made by the Medical 
Council in behalf of the Student Bodv shall 
be referred first to the Student Institute before 
posting. All complaints from the Student Bodv 
shall be referred, first, in writing to the Stu- 
dent Institute before formal submission to the 
Medical Council. 



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William D. Scott Editor-in-Chief 

William R. Sollami Managing Editor 

Foster E. Murphy Business Manager 

Herman D. Staples Advertising Manager 

Albert J. Klcm Photographic Manager 



BUSINESS STAFF 
Foster E. Murphy 
Herman D. Staples 
Frank E. McClimans 
Theodore Norley 
Arthur W. Von Deilen 
E. Clifford Laudenslager 
Paul J. G. Grotzinger 
Eugene A. Wrona 
Ian D. Murphy 
Thomas L. Soss 
Hiram Vazquez-Milan 
Morton R. Coane 



MEDIG 
STAFF 




EDITORIAL STAFF 



William D. Scott 
William R. Sollami 
Albert J. Klem 
Wesley B. Fox 
Frank A. De Dominicis 
William M. Cooper 
William J. Fedack 



John D. Bolton 
Paul L. Flynn 
Robert J. Golden 
Charles J. Hely, Jr. 
Paul G. Hess 
Harry L. Krieger 
Ellwood S. Paisley 



Nicholas J. A. Policarpo Fullerton B. H. Wells 



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STAFF 





BUSINESS 
STAFF 




GLEE CLUB 



Leader Harry K. Gabroy 

Manager William J. Neely 

Librarian John B. Fuhrmann 

Faculty Sponsors Drs. Ricketts and Cook 



FIRST TENORS 
Julio M. De Cruz — Sophomore 
Robert B. G. Dorsen — Freshman 
Ernest H. Heydt, Jr. — Senior 
Benjamin G. Musser — 

Sophomore 
Robert S. Oyer — Senior 



SECOND TENORS 
Arthur B. Coltman — Senior 
Richard N. Eckroth — 

Sophomore 
Vito J. Kemesis — Sophomore 
Arden S. Turner — Junior 



BARITONES 
Alfred O. Bocttger — Sophomore 
Emerich Ehrlich, Jr. — Freshman 
Martin B. Kassell — Senior 
Kenneth I. Michaile — 

Sophomore 
William J. Neely — Junior 
Joseph G. Samolis — Sophomore 
Jesse E. Sehlossman — Sophomore 
Alexander L. Warden — 

Freshman 



BASSES 
Theodore A. Ballein — Freshman 
Paul L. Carney — Junior 
Italo R. M. De Bartolomeis — 

Sophomore 
Walter R. Edwards — Junior 
John B. Fuhrmann — Junior 
Ian D. Murphy — Senior 
Pomeroy E. Polevoy — Junior 




VIOLINS 
Rose M. Reznik — Nurse 
Walter S. Darby — Junior 
Italo R. M. De Bartolomcis — 

Sophomore 
Frank A. De Domenicis — Senior 
Donald E. Fortner — Sophomore 
Paul J. G. Grotzingcr — Senior 

CLARINETS 
Lane Giddings — Senior 
George W. Groth — Sophomore 
Allan J. Rosenberg — Sophomore 

OBOE 
Albert A. Cohen — Sophomore 

FLUTE 
Joseph M. D. Gambescia — 
Sophomore 



PIANO 

Ivan D. Junk — Junior 

TRUMPETS 
J. Charles Breme — Junior 
Walter C. Engel — Sophomore 
Willam B. Haberman — Junior 
Thomas L. Soss — Senior 
SAXOPHONES 
Paul G. Cressman — Sophomore 
Julio M. De Cruz — Sophomore 

TROMBONE 
E. Clifford Laudcnslager — Senior 

BASS 
Ralph H. Meng — Senior 

PERCUSSION 
John P. Schaffner, Jr. — Junior 



ORCHESTRA 



Director Lieutenant Joseph Frankel 

Advisors Drs. Rickctts, Cook and Hollis 

Student Conductor . . . .Thomas A. Schroth — Junior 
. , S Frank A. De Dominicis — Senior 

° \ E. Clifford Laudcnslager — Senior 

Librarian Louis P. Baylor — Junior 

Concert Meister, 

Italo R. M. De Bartolomcis — Sophomore 





WALLACE K. KRATZ 

"Wally" was our friend, counsellor and 
sincerest critic. We could get along 
without our textbooks, notes and micro- 
scopes but not without "W. K. K." He 
was indispensable! Kindness and sincer- 
ity, intermixed with his choice bit of 
good-natured witticism, made him one of 
Hahnemann's most beloved personages. 
And so, one hundred and twenty-six men 
are graduated, better men and better doc- 
tors because they knew "Our Wally." 



F H D IV T 




CLARA C. FISCHER 

"The First Lady of the College." Even 
before we saw "235 North 15th Street" 
we knew of Miss Fischer. Her uncanny 
ability to call us by name on our first 
meeting impressed us. As time progressed 
we came to recognize her as "the front 
office." Those well-known initials "C. 
C. F." were a constant reminder that she 
was on the job. 



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MRS. MELLITA TURNER 
One half of a medical student's knowl- 
edge depends on what he reads. A well- 
informed, efficient librarian is a "must" 
on the personnel of any medical college. 
Our Mrs. Turner more than adequately 
fills this position. She was always willing 
to give whatever assistance we required. 
We appreciate her sincere interest. A 
vote of thanks from us to you, Mrs. 
Turner. 



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ALICE C. BRITT 

A nicer person than Miss Britt we do not 
know. No favor that we might ask of her 
was too great, except maybe to get our 
mail before twelve noon. From her very 
first day in "the cage" her popularity has 
grown rapidly. Her pleasant smile and 
pleasing personality always made the dav 
a sunny one. 



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OUR LAST ROLL CALL 



APPLE . . . tall, congenial . . . heads the 
list . . . one of the descriptive names of 
the class . . . has that look as if he were 
watching a good ball game in the distance 
. . . basketballer of note . . . "campho- 
phenique." 

ATKINS . . . little "Tommy" . . . curb 
topped . . . neat . . . like a well-groomed 
terrier . . . enlightens ns on Ford City 
. . . "ok Doc Pollnto ..."... is seldom 
if ever wrong because he has it down in 
black and white. 

BALIN . . . notes galore . . . front seat man 
. . . former dispenser of drugs and ham 
sandwiches . . . supplies unknown facts 
to augment lectures . . . "he was the cause 
of mv ulcers" . . . handled a Packard and 
plenty of facts. 

BATTEN . . . long Jim . . . toothy grin . . . 
joints set in rubber . . . West Virginia 
product who wears shoes . . . partial to 
girls . . . built like a question mark . . . 
pinch and scratch. 

BECKERT . . . big and pompous . . . Rudy 
the Beauty . . . master of medicine's little 
known ailments . . . timber line begins 
near the ridge . . . sport-wear quiet like 
a four-alarm blaze . . . authors quoted 
verbatim . . . weird pipes. 

BERMAN . . . antithesis of the aforemen- 
tioned . . . Dick to his friends . . . sar- 
torial master . . . good natured . . . sin- 
cere . . . hails from the Boulevard. 

BOLTON . . . tall and topped in beige . . . 
comfortable wardrobe . . . authority on 
Sound sailing . . . grin full of teeth . . . 
laughter subdued like a fog horn . . . com- 
muted to Ohio by air . . . doesn't have 
to any more. 

BRADY . . . built like a keg . . . all smiles 
and somewhat Irish . . . relaxes in his hip 
pockets . . . P.O.N, who doubts Petrone's 
prowess . . . has several extra given names 
but keeps it a secret ... of the sit-and- 
listen school. 

BRUMERSKY . . . another fugitive pill- 
pusher . . . exams start with worry, end 
in victory . . . walks lfke his wheels were 
out of alignment . . . willing helper of 
those with lesser gray. 

BYRNE . . . feet by Chaplin, kisser by 
FDR . . . affectionately known as Billv 
Bee . . . meticulous notes . . . consci- 



entious argucr . . . upper New York State 
twang . . . full of life like suds on a beer 
. . . student and friend. 

CARTER . . . Florida special . . . mapped 
the Gulf . . . "she's a thirty-footer . . ." 
. . . corresponds bv cards . . . built like 
a bull . . . football yarns . . . Fergoozin's 
buddv . . . "Ah call him Candle" . . . 
also fishes in vest pockets. 

CLARK . . . famine on foot . . . former 
station wagon set . . . big strides . . . neat 
clothes . . . skeptic and friend . . . mar- 
ried and mum . . . short laughs that start 
from his shoes . . . alternately quiet and 
noisv. 

COANE . . . chauffeured to the door . . . 
pool cue and vest . . . Rose, but not of 
Washington Square . . . Ed's notes . . . 
mobile encyclopedia . . . Dick Tracy . . . 
aces and deuces. 

COHN . . . beaver for the fraternity . . . 
self-instructed orator . . . middle of the 
fence . . . quiet and sedate . . . tongue 
loose as a brook at times . . . meticulous 
notes . . . scholar and gentleman. 

COLTMAN . . . the profile . . . fashion 
plate from South Philly . . . "didja hear 
this one?" . . . laughs in soprano . . . 
brain truster . . . eyes like fresh charged 
water . . . pepper and salt with the gags 
. . . fresh and friendly. 

CONRAD . . . found a new baby . . . black 
thatch and four eyes . . . reserved like a 
table at the Stork . . . Golden's shadow 
. . . hospice special . . . studious and re- 
fined like oil. 

COOPER . . . straight from a tepee . . . 
long and loud . . . jiggles when he laughs 
. . . possessor of brains and a temper . . . 
"Muff" . . . forty winks . . . that nude 
look without glasses . . . heckled by 
Hechler. 

CULLEN . . . look out. World! . . . face 
like a razor . . . tongue ditto . . . places 
in burn - . . . Chamberlain's bumbershoot 
. . . little bull in china shop . . . the cloud 
that obscures the view . . . friendly . . . 
positive. 

DE DOMINICIS . . . stumbling block in 
the roll call . . . thorough worker . . . 
sways as he walks . . . confidential reports 
. . . deadpan buffoon . . . salutations in 
wop . . . shipshape wig. 



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DELAFRANGE . . . Bernie's boarder . . . 
reminiscent of a butcher on the loose . . . 
lifeguard like a water spaniel . . . smile 
spontaneous as combustion . . . seldom 
thrown into confusion . . . friendly as 
sunshine. 

DUCK . . . the gentleman from NC . . . 
lies told with scandalous candor . . . 
Phillip Morris till you choke . . . feats 
of surgery single handed . . . jowls by 
Jergen's . . . tongue with hinges . . . 
Bluebeard with the color faded. 

DUFFY . . . little man with a grin . . . cod- 
fish accent . . . needs a string on a digit 
. . . McHugh usually the string . . . "are 
you kiddin'?" . . . Mutt and Jeff . . . 
nurses' itch . . . noise and chatter. 

DUNSMORE . . . quiet manner . . . quiet 
Yoiee . . . one of the musketeers . . . 
straight up and down like a poker . . . 
sit-and-think school . . . eyes open, mouth 
shut . . . student . . . friend. 

EZAKI . . . rear guard of front-row gang 
. . . half interest in the Y . . . notes at 
high speed . . . dreamy eyes . . . wisdom 
pigeon-holed . . . long frame with win- 
dows . . . scholar . . . friend . . . man. 

FEDACK . . . snoop for cards . . . face 
supported by two ringers . . . knees be- 
neath chin . . . Hamlet of 1943 . . . wields 
a Leica . . . words filtered through teeth 
. . . fish cakes. 

FISCHER . . . boudoir eyes . . . reminiscent 
of a smiling metronome . . . frequently 
in low gear . . . alphabetically bottle- 
necked . . . congenial and quiet . . . 
partner in Herman, Herman, and Herman 
of Hahnemann. 

FITZPATRICK . . . each hair with a mind 
of its own . . . little man . . . north cod- 
fish accent . . . hooked to his voice by a 
sky-hook . . . mind full of facts and ques- 
tion marks . . . saddle shoes . . . student 
and friend. 

FLYNN . . . Scarp's old cigars . . . completes 
another Mutt and Jeff pair . . . big man, 
sleepy eyes . . . star of Reimann Art 
Players . . . 10K heart . . . authority on 
obstetrics . . . tongue pivots at the middle. 

FOSTER . . . eyes that do the grinning . . . 
what hair? . . . color of broiled lobster . . . 
fall guy for neck swats . . . Golden 's meat 
. . . suspicious of the character behind 
him . . . slow and jovial . . . friend to the 
last swat. 

FOX . . . front-row mob . . . walks on 
springs . . . rose among thorns . . . better 



known as The Duke . . . easy going . . . 
hard worker . . . powder blue with pin 
stripe . . . haughty look surrounded bv 
glass . . . raincoats. 

FROSCH . . . teeth and a pipe six feet in 
the air . . . accompanied by The Famine, 
The Dialect and The Moustache ... on 
time for the Trenton rattler . . . Leo's 
tobacco dwindles . . . easy going . . . sin- 
cere friend. 

GALLAGHER . . . homburgs not ham- 
burgs . . . smokes as if he enjoyed it . . . 
soup strainer black and shiny . . . thatch 
ditto . . . voice above the rattle . . . ran- 
dom manner . . . brains well oiled . . . 
love life obscure. 

GIBBONS . . . sounds like it's spelled . . . 
master of the shuffle . . . disappears into 
thin air . . . "know what I mean? Huh!" 
. . . head rests on shoulders . . . like he 
felt a draft where his neck should be . . . 
coal field accent. 

GIDDINGS . . . hair cut by hedge clippers 
. . . mouths words like an impending 
sneeze . . . made mostly of long bones 
. . . studious kisser . . . clown beneath. 

GIZINSKI . . . square jaw and blond roof 
. . . steers pool balls . . . walking tie rack 
. . . history-taking a specialty . . . Wild 
Bill's boy Friday . . . interest in Wana- 
maker's. 

GOLDEN . . . "hit the deck, mate" . . . 
Nabbie to his friends . . . snail's pace fast 
by comparison . . . wry grin . . . humor 
like day old toast . . . two dimensional in 
profile . . . salutes to get in practice. 

GOLDSTEIN ... big clothes for a big 
man . . . Florida tan in a snow flurry . . . 
red-leathered Buick . . . can't catch fish 
. . . that hunted look . . . Dartmouth 
accent. 

GORMAN . . . scrapes cobwebs from eyes 
and face . . . another blue water sailor 
. . . brains hidden behind a face . . . head 
not hidden behind hair . . . look of con- 
stant grief . . . fantasy in working clothes. 

GRASLEY . . . "we had a case last night" 
. . . forehead like a cliff . . . voice in his 
shoes . . . Broad Street gang . . . serious 
and unaffected . . . footprints four feet 
apart. 

GRIECO . . . "quiet!" ... as quiet as a 
zoo at meal time . . . tests ribs and necks 
of classmates . . . mourns Dion's depar- 
ture . . . mouth like a garage . . . eyes 
behind portholes . . . enemies not in 
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GROTZINGER ... big man with quick 
talk . . . sidelights on Uncle Ralph . . . 
storehouse of medical facts . . . rudiments 
of music far behind . . . laughs like he 
talks . . . full of wit . . . phrases gantz 
deutsch. 

HAMILTON . . . walking KremI ad . . . 
visage of a contented hawk . . . neat as a 
new nail . . . never under foot . . . ap- 
pearance of being always at ease . . . 
dreaming of what . . . concentration as- 
sured. 

HAMMOND . . . mental attitude due to 
Records and Meng, the terrible . . . head 
like a mountain after a fire . . . four eyes 
and a grin . . . goofy gags ... a giraffe on 
the loose . . . affectionately addressed as 
Curlv. 

HANNA . . . built like a truck with short 
wheelbasc . . . Boston brogue . . . laugh 
of enjoyment . . . gangster with a cigar 
. . . hayburners and aces . . . stride of 
contentment . . . solid chappy through- 
out. 

HANYSII . . . Ohio adonis . . . had quiz- 
master chorea . . . talks from his chin . . . 
thoughtful and quiet . . . drugs and doses 
. . . erect as a phone pole. 

HECHLER . . . Klem's bodyguard . . . well 
named . . . sharp wits and a sharper 
tongue . . . close cropped bean . . . hatless 
most of the time ... in league with the 
Tampa Terror and The Sioux . . . paper 
slug sharpshooter. 

IIEGE . . . family man in miniature . . . 
burns 100 octane at full throttle . . . voice 
volume out of proportion to size . . . 
nerves like piano strings . . . face an in- 
verted wedge . . . words and ideas in a 
rush. 

IIELY . . . sleeps pretzel-fashion . . . all 
friends . . . all smiles . . . hair like a Chesa- 
peake retriever . . . bodilv processes cease 
when he applies brakes . . . bashful . . . 
Irish as Paddy himself . . . the picture of 
cheer. 

HERETER-ALVAREZ . . . little blond 
with Cuban heels . . . master of double- 
talk in Spanish . . . Gladstone sultan . . . 
medical dictionary . . . alternately sparkles 
and worries . . . darling of the girls. 

HESS, I. . . . quiet and gentlemanly . . . 
Dutch as sauerkraut and pork . . . blush 
like a mcrcurochrome spray . . . infectious 
smile . . . poker back . . . genuine and 
scholarly. 

HESS, P. . . . fitted and pressed in style . . . 
three star personality . . . explosive smile 



with teeth . . . travels and talks in high 
gear . . . enthusiasm unbounded . . . all 
due to wife's recent ingress to Philly. 

IIEYDT . . . brick top and freckles . . . 
notes with no margins . . . with Dart 
mouth green a continual reminder of 
Xmas season . . . risorius group in tetany 
. . . continually bucks a headwind . . . 
jumping-jack steps. 

HILL . . . blond heart throb . . . lid with 
the load shifted . . . faultless dress . . . 
subdued as a hymn . . . Vic Mature ugly 
by comparison . . . undercurrent of glee 
. . . solid student and friend. 

HOFFMAN . . . extra long and two dimen- 
sional . . . strides of a cow puncher . . . 
doorman and host at local tonsorial palace 
. . . politician and commuter to Trenton 
. . . coal pit orator . . . unforctold events 
free with a shave. 

HOWRIE . . . hair like a skull cap . . . well 
fed . . . authority on anything . . . active 
. . . ability as an executive . . . argues 
most points . . . serious and studious . . . 
glasses add respect. 

HULICK . . . that stick-pin . . . collars tight 
. . . cloudy swelling . . . fire arms . . . 
amazing knowledge of trivia . . . amateur 
band leader . . . yarns by the yard . . . 
beat-up pipes . . . jolly as an open fire 
. . . Nipnip. 

FIUNTER . . . "hcah. suh!" . . . rugged and 
friendly as his home town . . . haircut like 
a powder puff . . . trench coat a fender for 
the rear wheel . . . "hullo, Jawn" . . . longs 
for skis and powder snow. 

IRWIN . . . silence on feet . . . hands like 
hams . . . mind alert and on own business 
. . . body of concrete . . . will of same 
material. 

JARRETT ... all bones, no meat . . . desert 
cactus . . . voice like a roped steer . . . 
tubes of exotic smells . . . circus and 
burly-q all in one . . . lurid tales of surgery 
and medicine back home . . . swagger on 
stilts. 

KASSELL . . . large and stately . . . dark 
topside . . . airs vocal cords in chords . . . 
words filtered through teeth . . . extended 
weekend trips to New York . . . happily 
in wedlock. 

KISTLER . . . whispered words behind a 
hand . . . limbering up his neck . . . 
scoliosis when taking notes . . . Dutch 
twang . . . laugh like a hog-caller . . . in- 
formation for Sexton . . . unique initials. 



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KLEM . . . massive as a truck . . . twice as 
strong . . . cigars by the handful . . . 
hospital interest . . . half owner of Kodak 
. . . head like a cannon ball . . . "pictures, 
I'll get 'em" . . . pool ball driver. 

KNOX . . . junior partner of the front-row 
mob . . . laughs into convulsions . . . 
proud father of PCK . . . pursed lips and 
incredulous head-shaking . . . copious 
notes in shifts ... in a hurry . . . weighty 
problems galore. 

KONECKE . . . slow and dreamy . . . hair 
sparse and unruly . . . darts fly like startled 
birds . . . ever present lid . . . Wrona's 
shadow ... in and out minus sounds . . . 
methodical. 

KOWALLEK . . . long drink with blond 
trimming . . . grave and pensive most 
often . . . four eyes in front of brains . . . 
that two-wheeled gas hog ... all legs . . . 
obscure acquaintances . . . voice forced 
through small hole. 

KRAM . . . press with a knife edge . . . 
malar flush . . . smile pulled up by strings 
. . . high speed while swaying . . . voice 
like a saw . . . cheerfulness personified. 

KRIEGER . . . gentle and curly . . . friendly 
as a puppy ... a bend for long-haired 
music . . . puffy in tweeds . . . quick of 
mind and wit . . . perennial inmate of the 
local Y. 

KUMKUMIAN . . . moniker in double 
talk . . . ponderous as a moose . . . play- 
fully rough . . . rcadv and rugged . . . 
hides behind lenses . . . "Dr. Cummings" 
. . . student and friend. 

LAKE . . . sly and silent . . . lithe as a cat 
. . . fond of expensive music . . . mitts 
like an ape . . . expansive inward mirth 
. . . thoughtful . . . weighs decisions on 
his mental scales. 

LAPIHUSKA . . . little little man in Seven 
League Boots . . . name a poser for the 
Staff . . . big smelly cigars . . . makes ap- 
pearance off the hour . . . visage plagued 
with thought . . . mental machinery runs 
full time. 

LAPIN . . . sleek head and lip muff . . . 
ears supported bv collar . . . southpaw in 
constant use . . . also tongue . . . dabbler 
in jazz . . . late of the pill-rollers union 
. . . parties in Trenton. 

LAUDENSLAGER . . . chubby and blond 
. . . relaxed as a canoe . . . eyes like win- 
dows under sloping eaves . . . strokes a 
slush-pump . . . rapid talk . . . quick mind 
. . . student. 



LEEPER . . . tranquil and serious . . . dig- 
nity with glasses . . . words roll from the 
lower lip . . . dark hair . . . skull peeks 
through in back . . . bill collector of late. 

LEPORE . . . tough as a wire fence . . . 
rusty wrists . . . double-talk free of charge 
. . . mind of his own . . . almost ambi- 
dextrous . . . love on a dime . . . benze- 
drine . . . brains in high gear . . . sleep 
at odd hours. 

LESKIN . . . laughs in soprano . . . sings 
in tenor . . . jargon in Polish . . . darling 
of a local hospital . . . walks like the 
Tower of Pisa . . . toothy words . . . slow 
and easy . . . sharpshooter at darts. 

LIPSCHUTZ . . . bent in thought . . . 
shingles thin . . . anxious before exams 
. . . happv later . . . searching beady eyes 
. . . plodding and silent. 

LYNCH . . . daddy of them all . . . space 
between pants and vest . . . philosophy 
by the bushel . . . proud of son . . . tinted 
nails . . . thin on top . . . diagnosis a 
specialty . . . "here's what killed my 
grandpop" . . . suave. 

MAI DA . . . Jerry the interpreter ... the 
cigar is part of his face . . . head tilted 
to dodge the smoke . . . who wouldn't 
. . . built like a tank . . . proud of daugh- 
ter .. . fast chatter . . . serious and quiet 
. . . crying prophet." 

MANCINELLI . . . tall and medium done 
. . . uncertain of what happens next . . . 
juniored at Frankford . . . walks on stilts 
. . . talks in sotto voce . . . soft humor. 

MARTINEZ-FUNES ... Mr. Foonz . . . 
dark and sleek . . . more double-talk in 
Spanish . . . ditto in English . . . laugh 
like a fountain . . . Central American 
ambassador. 

MASSEY . . . generalissimo of the front- 
row mob . . . diligent student . . . small 
and active . . . sways when he walks . . . 
fixture of alumni office . . . half of the 
Knox combine ..."... you know as 
much as the other fella." 

McAVOY . . . bow ties . . . contented ex- 
pression . . . "here's the angle, see" . . . 
salesman and promoter . . . chubby cheeks 
. . . ownership walk . . . humor as breezy 
as a March wind . . . interest in Hahne- 
mann. 

McCLIMANS . . . rowboats for feet . . . 
checkered suits . . . striped ties and odd 
collars . . . maniacal grin . . . proud pappy 
. . . humor as wild as a goose going South 
. . . willing helper . . . shrewd judgment. 



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McHUGH . . . gray and black wire for a 
wig . . . big frame and poker back . . . 
voice as gentle as a tornado . . . Duffy's 
string . . . waiting for $2400 . . . "well, 
waddaya know!" . . . tongb as his town. 

McKEE . . . Maidenswoon in the flesh . . . 
three-star clothes-horse . . . "wot the hell 
do we do today?" . . . enrly hair and win- 
dows . . . voice like a frog . . . shoulders 
like a T-square. 

MENG . . . dynasty unknown ... big as a 
house . . . just about as agile . . . sleeps 
in dignified poses . . . encyclopedic mind 
... wit like the Sahara ... no press . . . 
clothes on the floor . . . gently cynical. 

MOHNACH . . . weary as a pilgrim . . . 
pharmaceutical fugitive . . . master of 
Cocknev . . . head like a pendulum . . . 
complains of ignorance which never ma- 
terializes . . . diligent scholar . . . store- 
house of jokes. 

MORRIS . . . "got four stacks of notes this 
high" . . . little barrel with a big note- 
book . . . voice upstairs ... red pencil 
marks . . . diagrams ditto . . . cigars . . . 
bulging vest pockets 

MUCHLADO . . . black hair, glasses and 
a chin . . . letters and cards in Polish 
. . . "louder, teacher!" . . . hands like 
bunches of bananas . . . walk like a pall 
bearer . . . infectious grin . . . shoulders 
straight across. 

MURPHY, F. . . . little bulldog in smart 
clothes . . . cigars . . . receding shore line 
. . . spare chin . . . four eyes on occasion 
. . . financial worry-wart and clown . . . 
sometimes quiet. 

MURPHY, I. . . . innocent investigator . . . 
seldom harmless . . . choir master . . . fog- 
horn voice . . . long wheelbase and wedge- 
shaped . . . knows no enemies . . . knows 
few bounds . . . friend and fun . . . Span- 
ish chatter . . . late again. 

NORLEY . . . shaving-brush haircut . . . 
voice like a hack saw . . . peeks through 
port holes . . . that wedding ring . . . 
modest as a maid . . . Skeeter . . . one of 
the coffee-clubbers . . . orthopedic demon. 

NOVAK . . . Emil . . . conscientious . . . 
handles the eighty-eights . . . loving cup 
. . . southpaw . . . penmanship mechanics 
a mystery . . . tweeds . . . piles of notes 
. . . serious and friendly. 

OYER . . . screams from the rear of the 
room . . . grimaces . . . hugelv amused 
. . . moustache on and off like a strip tease 



. . . all-night patients the bane of his life 
. . . playful as a kitten. 

PAISLEY . . . "hello, Scm" . . . dialect by 
Lapidus . . . bleached roof . . . explosive 
laughs . . . usually deadpan . . . "let's see 
ya smile" . . . chugs about in low gear 
. . . guaranteed to bring a smile on a brass 
monkey. 

PETRONE . . . steel wool on top . . . hisses 
like a viper . . . fills one date book per 
month . . . suits almost zoot . . . hairy as 
a mattress . . . White Xmas . . . Brady's 
pride and joy . . . pensive or hilarious . . . 
low center of gravity. 

POLICARPO . . . quiet and unassuming 
. . . another clothes-horse . . . hair like a 
mane . . . occasionallv unleashes wild 
humor . . . scholar . . . "yup, yup, yup" 
. . . writes with his beak . . . blinks and 
grins. 

PULLEN ... a little red hair and a pipe 
. . . Trenton commuter . . . methodical 
and studious . . . anterior flexion of head 
on thorax . . . always headed somewhere 
with a purpose. 

RAMBO . . . tattoos and a straight frame 
. . . talks over his chin . . . that English 
bike with three speeds forward . . . notes 
in heavy script . . . eyes like a frog . . . 
retiring and friendly . . . doesn't own a lid. 

RECORDS . . . gestapo . . . from place to 
place like a rumor . . . Mercer's shadow 
. . . romance in a delivery room . . . quiet 
as a flame . . . noisv as a bomb . . . "my 
uncle out in Indiana" . . . internes' de- 
light. 

RUDNICK . . . that hungry look in his 
eves . . . full of the latest rumors . . . 
pockets full of Indian nuts or pretzels . . . 
little notebooks and bits of paper. 

SCARPA ... the little giant . . . miniature 
fashion plate . . . big cigars . . . half- 
owner of an obstetrical hospital . . . "did 
vou write those histories, Flynn?" ... "I 
suture 'em by layers" . . . "did I sweat." 

SCIIMICK . . . how to grow anything from 
wheat to apples, or make ice cream . . . 
sleeps most any time, anywhere . . . 
"where is Schmeek?" . . . born with a 
mathematics book and a rabbit's foot. 

SCOTT . . . "what do we have next hour?" 
. . . the sulfur kid . . . known by almost 
any name but his own . . . piano licks . . . 
flat feet . . . sleep a specialty . . . hair too 
long or too short . . . imitations in panto- 
mime . . . tight vest. 



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SEXTON . . . cattle authority and gentle- 
man fanner . . . "you clown!" . . . quick 
trips to Laston . . . scowls and grins . . . 
"hey, Greek!" . . . "when arc you gonna 
take a shower, Sam?" 

SHADE . . . quiet and scholarly . . . Jake 
. . . love divided between the study of 
medicine and his son . . . "how about 
that!" 

SHEPARD . . . knows how they do this 
and that in all the big clinics . . . self- 
appointed authority on Navy exams . . . 
full store of smiles and jokes . . . "Shep" 
. . . his mid-winter tan makes us look 
anemic by comparison. 

SHIELDS . . . massive as a pcrcheron . . . 
heavy tweeds with bulging pockets . . . 
eyes like marbles and lids at half-mast . . . 
Hank . . . loves to argue, or rib friends 
and enemies alike. 

SHOLLER . . . always in the thick of it . . . 
irreverently known as "Greek" . . . master 
of unintelligible chatter . . . Harpo Marxes 
the girls . . . copious notes . . . good 
nature . . . dabbler in foreign languages. 

SKYER . . . easy-going, good-natured Joe 
. . . gives the impression he is sniffing 
something on the other side of a fence 
six feet high . . . the kind of laugh we 
like . . . willing helper. 

SOLLAMI . . . knows more girls than Zieg- 
fcld . . . retreating locks and big feet . . . 
picks hit-tunes with uncanny accuracy . . . 
dizzy wisecracks . . . hieroglyphics for 
penmanship . . . "what, are you crazy?" 
. . . "I'll tell you why" . . . "relax." 

SOSS . . . California grows them big . . . 
ancient and corny gags . . . "you can tell 
a lot by looking in their eyes" . . . teeth 
like tombstones . . . "you know what?" 
. . . reads incessantly . . . lopsided grin. 

STAPLES . . . Herm and his perfumed to- 
bacco . . . checks all new suits for texture 
. . . slow and methodical . . . glutton for 
work . . . what does he look at up in the 
air? . . . "my mother-in-law. . . ." 

STEWART . '. . Gassaway, Little Otter and 
Chapel . . . "Lanugo" . . . hill-billy say- 
ings . . . voice like a bull . . . "ain't no 
room in this suit for my muscles" . . . 
"don't say that about Fred" . . . has half 
interest in Max's . . . hat size 8. 

STOECKLEIN . . . "lend me, gimme, have 
you got" . . . always going somewhere in 
a hurry . . . Alain-Line Kid . . . rabid 
football and movie fan . . . "who you 
kiddin'?" . . . never without a newspaper 
. . . "got those notes word for word." 



TOTII . . . ivory smile . . . "getta hoppin' ' 
. . . express train . . . quick wit . . . verbal 
indecencies in five languages . . . "Blackie" 
. . . cooks like mad . . . "I'll loan you 
some money" . . . microscopic writing . . . 
Sookie and Snooks. 

VAN SAUN . . . "captain" . . . taps cig- 
arets like a pile-driver . . . that flash- 
light . . . watch chain array to put Mon- 
day's wash to shame . . . microscopic notes 
. . . smile with Elks teeth . . . proud daddy 
. . . blond soup strainer. 

VAZQUEZ-MILAN . . . dashes into the 
fray like a startled gazelle . . . "pop" . . . 
Spanish translations for Sharp & Dohme 
"doble dose!" . . . monkey talk with 
Pancho . . . thousands of notes . . . hun- 
dreds of sketches. 

VAZOUEZ-VELEZ . . . one-man stampede 
. . . scavenger for nuggets . . . mouth like 
a torn pocket . . . quiet like an explosion 
. . . Pancho . . . unintelligible verbal noises 
. . . studious and tireless . . . the missing 
link. 

von DEILEN . . . shiny pate and everlast- 
ing grin . . . chest jewelry by the pound 
. . . shakes head like a wet dog to stav 
awake . . . colossus at large . . . triple 
combination suits. 

WAGENER . . . bantam rooster . . ., for- 
ever correcting misrepresented facts . . . 
wiry as a cable . . . Wells in constant at- 
tendance . . . "Bucky" . . . von D.'s cam- 
paign manager. 

WELLS . . . weighted down with names 
. . . little man in a tight collar . . . thermo- 
static control out of whack . . . chubby 
. . . stringy wig . . . "Orson" . . . glasses 
plastered to face . . . ardent homeopath. 

WILLIAMS . . . forward festination gait 
. . . throaty noises . . . race track suit . . . 
glassy stare while mouthing nuggets . . . 
"doober" . . . seldom early . . . feeds face 
whenever convenient . . . studious. 

WILSON . . . husky, happy and blond . . . 
beat-up chapeau . . . amateur birdman . . . 
big notebook . . . happily wed . . . tweeds 
in evidence . . . thrills to motors overhead 
. . . diligent and pleasant. 

WRONA . . . shuffling picture of happv 
uncertainty . . . hat, coat and scarf swish 
in behind schedule . . . fantastic with 
darts . . . long and light . . . hard of hear- 
ing when necessary. 

ZOGBY . . . dark and stocky . . . voice like 
velvet . . . college songs . . . Villanova . . . 
buckle shoes . . . bulging jacket . . . silent 
and studious. 



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PATRDIVS TD 
THE 1943 MEDIC 



DR. IIORSTA.AGERTY 
DR. LEONT.ASIICRAFT 
DR. LESTER L. BOWER 
DR. JOHN A. BROOKE 
DR. JOSEPH CHANDLER 
DR. JOSEPH V. F. CLAY, Sr. 
DR. HUNTER S. COOK 
DR. HENRY L. CROWTHER 
DR. THOMAS L. DOYLE 
DR. HARRY M. EBERHARD 
DR. HARRY D. EVANS, Jr. 
DR. GRANT O. FAVORITE 
MISS CLARA C. FISHER 
DR. H.RUSSELL FISHER 
DR. EDWIN O. GECKELER 
DR. EDMUND C. HESSERT 
DR. CHARLES B. HOLLIS 
MR. WALLACE K. KRATZ 
DR. N. VOLNEY LUDWICK 
DR. WILLIAM L. MARTIN 



DR. JOSEPH McELDOWNKY 
DR. WARREN C. MERCER 
DR. GEORGE P. MILEY 
DR. FRANK O. NAGLE 
DR. WALTER N. NORLEY 
DR. NEWLIN F. PAXSON 
DR. WILLIAM A. PEARSON 
DR. THOMAS W. PHILLIPS 
DR. JOHN L. REDMAN 
DR. STANLEY P. REIMANN 
DR. ROWLAND RICKETTS 
DR. HENRY S. RUTH 
DR. SAMUEL W r . SAPPINGTON 
DR. C. L. SHOLLENBERGER 
DR. THOMAS M. SNYDER 
DR. HAROLD A. TAGGART 
DR. MICIIELE VIGLIONE 
DR. THOMAS J. VISCIIER 
DR. FREDERICK J. von RAPP 
DR. G. HARLAN WELLS 



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NEW JERSEY 

Audubon 

RUSSELL S. MAGEE, M.D. 
Medicine and Surgery 
201 White Horse Pike 



CARL C. FISCHER, M.D., FA.C.P. 

Pediatrics 

Germantown Professional Building 

CHARLES J. V. FRIES, Jr., M.D. 

Ophthalmology 

Central Medical Building 



PENNSYLVANIA 

Philadelphia 

RALPH BERNSTEIN, M.D., F.A.C.P. 

Dermatology 
1816 Pine Street 

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Internal Medicine 
1433 Spruce Street 

FRANK E. BRISTOL, M.D., F.A.C.S. 

Surgery 

Medical Arts Building 



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Medicine and Cardiology 
Medical Arts Building 

JOSEPH S. HEPBURN, A.M., M.S. 

Ph.D., M.D. 
Biological Chemistry 
Basal Metabolism 
235 North Fifteenth Street 

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M.D., F.A.C.S. 

Urology 

255 South Seventeenth Street 



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Surgery 

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Obstetrics and Gynecology 
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Physio-Therapy 

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Proctology 

Medical Arts Building 



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Gynecology 

135 South Eighteenth Street 



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Medicine 

1801 Porter Street 



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Medicine 

6840 Ogontz Avenue 



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Fractures and General Practice 
1240 Devereaux Avenue 



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General Practice and Obstetrics 
7141 Chew Street 



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Surgery 

1930 Chestnut Street 



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Obstetrics 

134 West Logan Street 



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Anesthesia 

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Obstetrics 

1951 North Broad Street 



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Gynecology 

1215 West Lehigh Avenue 



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Patent Law in Medicine, Pharmacy, 
Chemical Engineering 



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For over 8$ years 

Prescription Druggists 

in Philadelphia and 

Suburbs 


Compliments 
of 

THE 

ATLANTIC REFINING 

COMPANY 

• 

PETROLEUM 
PRODUCTS 


AMSTERDAM 
BROTHERS 

Surgical Appliances 

274 SOUTH TWENTIETH STREET 
PHILADELPHIA 


L G. BALFOUR COMPANY 

1601 CHESTNUT STREET 
PHILADELPHIA 

Official insignia manufacturers to 

The Student Council 
Hahnemann Glee Club 
Lane Medical Society 
Boericke Therapeutic Society 

Estimates on insignia for new organizations will 
be submitted courteously and promptly. 

B. S. BROWN SPRuce 7078 



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Frank G. Stewart Company 

BUILDING CDNSTRUCTIDN 

1520 Locust Street Philadelphia, Pa. 


Optician 

A. W. BRAEUNINGER 

INC. 

Medical Arts Building 

N. W. Cor. 16th and Walnut Streets 

PHILADELPHIA 


DR. RICHARD U. SAYLOR 

Optometrist 

ROOM 314, JEFFERSON BUILDING 
1015 CHESTNUT STREET 


JOHN M. MARIS CO. 

Druggists' and Laboratory Glassware 
and Sundries 

528 ARCH STREET 

PHILADELPHIA 


PHILIP BLEECHER 

Pharmacist 

N. E. Cor. 1 Ith and Locust Streets 

PHILADELPHIA 

PENnypacker 2839 

We carry a complete line of all Ampuls, 

Biologicals — Also Bocrickc & Rimyon 

Homeopathic Drugs 


HAHNEMANN 
LUNCHEONETTE 

• 
246 NORTH FIFTEENTH STREET 

A Pleasant Place to Rest and Eat 

Mr. and Mrs. Paul 


DALSIMER 

1211 Chestnut Street 

Clinic Shoes (or Interns 

" 'Tis a Feat to Fit Feet" 


RITtcnhouse 2415 NAVY RATINGS 

ADLER the Clothier 

Naval Tailors 

Gob's, C. P. O., Officers Blues, Whites 
and Khaki 

1 10-114 N. 15th STREET 
PHILADELPHIA 

Opposite Navy Y. M. C. A. 


Restaurants and Hotels Supplied 

Bell Phone: REGent 4513 Keystone Phone: East 8393 

FRANK A. WESNER & SON 

Coffee Roasters 

2539-41 E. Boston Avenue Philadelphia, Pa. 


Phone, WALnut 1 125 and 1 126 

PENN DRY GOODS 
COMPANY 

IMPORTERS and JOBBERS 

Dry Goods 

1001-03 FILBERT STREET 



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Compliments of 

H. D. DOUGHERTY 
&CO. 

BIDDING 

4545 WAYNE AVENUE 


PETE'S BARBER SHOP 

The Student Shop 

Below the College 
NORTH FIFTEENTH STREET 


Hell Phone: Lombard 0977 

RYNES & FREEDMAN 

Wholesale Fruit and Produce 
Fancy Fruit Exclusively 

117 DOCK STREET PHILADELPHIA, PA. 


LOUIS P. KRETSCHMAN 

I IUltCT ... for the students of 
Hahnemann Medical College 

220 NORTH 15th STREET 

Name Cards — Tickets — Stationery — Announcements 


VICTOR V. CLAD CO. 

Manufacturers of 
FOOD SERVICE EQUIPMENT 

Full Line of 

CHINA, GLASSWARE, SILVERWARE 

KITCHEN UTENSILS 

1 17-1 19-121 S. Nth STREET PHILADELPHIA 

LEON'S 
ITALIAN KITCHEN 

223 N. 1 5th STREET 
Phone, LOCust 5726 Leon LaMotte, Prop. 


LEEDS RESTAURANT 

Cocktail Lounge 
on Street Floor 

BROAD AND SANSOM STREETS 
in PHILADELPHIA 


MILLER, BAIN, BEYER & CO. 

1025 ARCH STREET 
PHILADELPHIA 
Blankets Gauze 
Linens / ow cling 
Spreads Muslins, Etc. 


Compliments of 

WM. W. DUGAN & SON 

Wholesale Milk Products 


Compliments of 

KLEIN & GOODMAN 

18 S. 10th Street 


J. E. HANGER, Inc. 

Dural Light Metal and Willow 
Artificial Limbs 

336 N. 13th STREET, PHILADELPHIA, PA. 
Phone. LOMbard 8686 


Compliments of 

BROWN'S CAFETERIAS 

804 Arch Street 
N. E. Cor. Broad and Race Streets 


VOGEL-RITT. Inc. 

PEST CONTROL SERVICE 


STREET, LINDER & PROPERT 
Opticians 

20th and CHESTNUT STREETS 
PHILADELPHIA, PA. 



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PHILADELPHIA, PENNA. 



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for the "1943 Medic" 



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COLLEGES — UNIVERSITIES — CLUBS 



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Compliments of 

A FRIEND 


Compliments of 

LINTON'S RESTAURANT 

207 North Broad Street 
Philadelphia 


Compliments of 

SAMUEL P. MANDELL CO., Inc. 

Corn m ission Mercho n Is 

Fruit and Vegetables 

151 DOCK STREET 134 WALNUT STREET 

PHILADELPHIA 

LOMbard 5153 


Compliments of 

CHARLES JACQUIN et CIE, Inc. 

Since i88-(. 

Charles Jacquin et Cie, Inc. 

Philadelphia 


SUPERIOR NURSING HOMES 

Sharon Hall, West Philadelphia 

Hillside, West Philadelphia 

Kenwood, Chestnut Hill 

Sharon Hall Management, Inc. 

35 NORTH 40th STREET 


Compliments of 

ARTHUR'S DINING ROOM 

2 1 6 Chancellor Street 
Philadelphia 


WILLIAM A. WEAVER 

Hospital and Institutional 
Equipment 

6472 LAWNTON AVENUE 
OAK LANE, PHILADELPHIA 


ACKNOWLEDGMENT OF THANKS 

. . . To Dr. Harry M. Eberhard, The Medical Council, and The 
Student Institute, who made this book a reality. 

. . . To the Class of 1943, our Patrons and Advertisers, without 
whose cooperation this book would have been an impossibility. 

. . . To Mr. Walter Mazurek and the Staff of the Campus Pub- 
lishing Company, who will always be remembered by us for their 
able assistance and direction. 

The Mldic Staff 



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